Tipperary Encumbered Estate Records

 
In the Matter of the Estate of
MATHEW PENNEFATHER of NEWPARK, in the county of Tipperary
Owner and Petitioner
Contributed by Clare Tuohy <annclare at gofree.indigo.ie>
By kind permission of the Director
of the National Archives Dublin
Source: MFGS 39 Vol.11-13, O Brien (LEC) Rentals, National Archives Dublin


RENTAL
of
PORTIONS OF THE UNSETTLED ESTATES
of
MATHEW PENNEFATHER, ESQ.,
Situate in the County of Tipperary
To Be
SOLD BY AUCTION
By The Commissioners, at their Court, 14, Henrietta-street, Dublin
ON TUESDAY THE 18th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1851.

AVARY HOLMES
Solicitor for Petitioner, having carriage of the Sale,
203 GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET DUBLIN.

Maps

Lot 1.

RENTAL of the Lands of CLONEYHARP, including its Subdenominations of KNOCKINROE AND TUBBERNOBARREENE,
 situate in the Barony of KILNEMANAGH, and County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Quantity of Land

Statute Measure

Yearly Rent Tenure
1 CLONEYHARP John Gleeson and

Timothy Gleeson,

Reps of Timothy Gleeson

   A  R  P

  47  1  5

£   s   d

29  8  2

By Lease dated June 27th, 1816 from Richard Pennefather to Timothy Gleeson for three lives viz: Timothy Gleeson and John Gleeson, two sons of lessee, and Prince Grant, son of the late John Grant, of Lisheen, County of Tipperary, who is now in America. This is a subdenomination of Cloneyharp, and described by the lease as part of the lands of Knockinroe. The rent here stated is as abated and includes Tithe Rentcharge.
2     Ditto John Gleeson   3  1  5  2  6  7 Yearly tenancy
 

3

   

Ditto

 

John Barry

 

73  2  32

 

 62  11  3

By proposal dated 21st August, 1850, in Chancery matter of Henry Moore and Charles Cobbe, Jnr., petitioners; Mathew Pennefather, respondent; for seven years from 1st May, 1850, pending said matter.
4 Ditto Michael Quirk 19 1  33 13  16  1½ Ditto
5 Ditto Michael Ryan 19  1  30 13  16  0 Ditto
6 Ditto William Cullough 18  1  20 13  0 11 Ditto
7 Ditto William Maloney 12  1 32 10  11 5 Ditto
8 Ditto Patrick Ryan and Darby Ryan,

 

20  0  5

 

 

8  17  9

 

 

By proposal dated ----August 1850,  etc.
9   John Gleeson   1  2  19 1  7  6 By proposal dated 21st August 1850,etc.
10 Ditto William Ryan, Junr, John Ryan and Mary Goold, Reps of William Ryan  

145  2  34

 

113  5  2

By lease dated May 1st 1786, from Richard Pennefather to William Ryan, for three lives, one of which is still living viz; William Ryan, junr., son of said William Ryan the lessee. Liberty reserved to lessee to cut a sufficiency of turf for his own use, yearly at the Bog of Mealiffe. This holding is called Tubbernobarrene,
11 CARRYGARE

Otherwise Carhuegare

Otherwise Carhoogar

Otherwise Cloneyharp

 

Avary Jordan

 

69  2  24

 

59  3 10

By lease dated June 15th, 1839 from Mathew Pennefather to Avary Jordan for three lives, all of which are still living, viz; Weldon Kelsall Jordan, (then aged six years) eldest son of the lessee, Richard Jordan (then aged four years) second son of said lessee, and William Pennefather, second son of William Pennefather, of Lakefield, County of Tipperary

OBSERVATIONS
The lands of Cloneyharp are held in Fee, and will be sold subject only to payment of £21 11s  7d yearly tithe Rentcharge. They are situated within about 2 Irish miles of the Goold’s Cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, within 2 miles of Holycross , 5 of Thurles and 8 of Cashel. The acreage stated in the foregoing Rental is taken from the Leases and Proposal and by a survey made of the said lands, by Hodges and Smith, in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 433 Acres 3 Roods, 18 perches Statute Measure. 

 Lot 2

Rental of the Lands of Lisheen, Lisheenbeg and Knockatile, otherwise Knocktoyle, and part of Cloneyharp, including its Subdenomination of Knockaderry , situate in the Barony of Kilnemanagh, and County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Lisheenbeg and Knockatile otherwise

Knocktoyle

Avary Jones, Rep.of Rev. John Pennefather A     R     P

19    0     1

£   s   d

63  5  1

By lease dated, 1792, from Richard Pennefather to John Pennefather for three lives, all of which are still living viz; Eliza Pennefather, wife of said John Pennefather the lessee; Nicholas Mansergh, eldest son of Daniel Mansergh, then of the city of Cashel, and Kingsmill Pennefather, eldest son of the lessee. All this holding is by the Ordnance Survey called Lisheen
2 Lisseen alias Lisheen James Grant, Rep. of Henry Grant  

46  0  7

 

36  3  7

By lease dated June 27th, 1816, from Richard Pennefather to James Grant, for three lives, one of which is still living, (and now in America) viz Prince Grant, brother of lessee. The rent here stated  is an abated one, and includes Tithe Rentcharge.
3   Ditto Denis McCarthy, Rep. of James Grant  

44   2  7

 

35  0  4

 

                  Ditto

4  Cloneyharp, alias Lisheen, alias Knockaderry John Gleeson, Timothy Gleeson, Bridget Ryan and William Ryan, Reps of William Ryan, Timothy Gleeson, sen., and John Gleeson  

 

 

74  2  2

 

 

 

67  11  4

By lease dated March 22nd 1823, from Richard Pennefather to William Ryan, Timothy Gleeson, senr., and John Gleeson for three lives, all still living, viz; William Ryan eldest son of William Ryan lessee, (then aged about eight years); John Ryan, second son of said lessee, then aged about six years, (now in America) and James Grant, son of Henry Grant, of Lisheen, then aged about six years. Part of this holding is, by the Ordnance Survey included with the Townland of Lisheen, and part with the Townland of Knockaderry, but both are subdenominations of Cloneyharp.
5 Cloneyharp

Otherwise Knockaderry

Patrick Ryan, Rep. of Wm. Ryan  

68   0  5

 

52  3  2

By lease dated November 17th, 1793, from Richard Pennefather to William Ryan, for three lives, all of which are still living, viz; Edmond Ryan and William Ryan third and fourth sons of the said William Ryan, the lessee, and Thomas Gorman , of Farrinlough in the county of Tipperary, grandson of said William Ryan the lessee. This holding is called Knockaderry, part of Cloniharp
6 Cloneyharp, otherwise Clonyharp otherwise Cloniharp Thos. Gleeson, Rep of Mary Gleeson  

41  3  49

 

26  3  5

By lease dated March 28th, 1818, from Richard pennefather to Mary Gleeson for three lives, all still living, viz; Thomas Gleeson and James Gleeson eldest and third sons of said lessee, and James Grant, second son of James Grant of Cloneyharp, then aged about two years, (and now in America.)The rent is an abated one and includes Rentcharge.

OBSERVATIONS

The lands of Lisheen, Lisheenbeg Knockatile Cloneyharp and Knockaderry are held in Fee, and will be sold subject only to payment of £19 13s 3½d, Yearly Tithe Rentcharge. They are situate within about 2 Irish miles of the Goold’s Cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, within about 2 miles of Holycross, 5 of Thurles, and 8 of Cashel. The acreage … is taken from the Leases and by a Survey made of said lands, by Hodges and Smith, in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 372 Acres, 0 Roods, 33 Perches, Statute Measure.

  Lot 3

 Rental of the Lands of Derrymore, and Part of the Lands of Cloneyharp, called Borheenduff,
situate in the Barony of Kilnemanagh and County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Derrymore Michael Kennedy and James Kennedy A   R   P

21  2  25

£  s  d

16 14 4

By proposal dated 21 August, 1850, in Chancery matter of Henry Moore and Charles Cobbe, junr., petitioners; Mathew Pennefather respondent, for seven years, from 1st May 1850, pending said matter.
2 Ditto Patrick Ryan 36  0  6 17 16 6 By proposal dated 26th --- 1850 etc.
3 Ditto Michael Ryan 21  3  4 15  9  0 By proposal dated 26th August 1850, etc.
4 Ditto Denis McCarthy 35  2  32 27 10 11 By proposal dated 21st August 1850, etc.
5 Borheenduff Subdenomination of Cloniharp  

Mary Bourke (widow) Rep of Richard Bourke and William Bourke

 

 

39  0  26

 

 

35 5 1

By lease from Richard Pennefather to Richard Bourke and William Bourke dated October 1st, 1828, for three lives, two of which are still living , viz; Richard Bourke, junr., then aged about fourteen years, fourth son of Richard Bourke one of the lessees, deceased, and John Bourke, then aged about eleven years, fifth son of said Richard Bourke. This holding is by said lease, described as that part of Cloneyharp called Boughreenduff, adjoining Derrymore. The latter life is in America.
6  

 

Ditto

 

 

Patrick Bourke

 

 

2  0  20

 

 

1  19 5

By lease dated May 14th, 1834, from Matthew Pennefather to Patrick Bourke, for three lives, all of which are still living, viz; Patrick Bourke, the lessee, Thomas Bourke, third son of Richard Bourke, of Cloneyharp, farmer, then aged about sixteen years (now in America) and Richard Bourke, fourth son of said Richard Bourke, then aged about fourteen years. This lease contains a covenant on the part of the tenant to pay the tithes of said premises, notwithstanding the Act of 4th Geo. IV. Cap 99. The Tithe Rentcharge is not included with the rent here stated.
7  

 

Ditto

 

 

Daniel Feehan

 

 

48  2  15

 

 

30  0 0

By lease dated July 16th, 1847, fro Matthew Pennefather to Daniel Feehan, for three lives, all still living, viz; John Jones, junr., the aged about nine years, Thomas Jones then aged about seven years, and Robert Jones then aged about four years; three sons of John Jones of Whiteforth, in the County of Tipperary, Gentleman, and for the term of thirty-one years, from the day of the death of the survivor of said three lives. The lands are by said lease described as that part of Cloneyharp, known by name of Bohereendone.

 Observations

The Lands of Derrymore and Borheenduff are held in fee and will be sold subject only to payment of £9 18s 6½d. yearly, Tithe Rentcharge; they are situate within about 2 Irish miles of Goold’s Cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, within about 5 miles of Thurles and 8 of Cashel. The acreage is taken from the leases and proposals; and by a survey made … by Hodges and Smith in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance , they appear to contain 208Acres 1Rood and 22 Perches, Statute Measure.

 Lot 4

Rental of the Lands of Garranmore, situate in the Barony of Kilnemanagh Lower, and County of Tipperary

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Garranmore Thomas Gleeson 23  0  2 15 5 5 By lease dated June 6th, 1829, from Richard Pennefather to Thomas Gleeson, for three lives, all still living, viz; Thomas Gleeson the lessee, James Gleeson, eldest son of said lessee, then aged about 4 years, and John Goold, third son of Catherine Goold of Cloneyharp, then aged about seven years. This lease contains a covenant on the part of the lessee, to pay tithe in addition to rent reserved by said lease, notwithstanding act of 4th Geo. IV. cap 99. The rent here stated includes Tithe Rentcharge.
2 Ditto John Gleeson & Michael Ryan, Reps. of Edward Pennefather  

66  3  14

 

35 17 7

By lease dated January 6th, 1829, from Richard Pennefather to Edward Pennefather, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz; Daniel Maher, third son of Thomas Maher, of Drum, County of Tipperary, farmer, then aged about seven years and Denis Corcoran (now in America) eighth son of Michael Corcoran of Broca, County of Tipperary, farmer. This lease contains same covenant as to payment of Tithes, as lease of  No. 1. the rent here stated includes Tithe Rentcharge.
3 Ditto Catherine Goold, widow, now Mary Goold,  

22  0  11

 

14 13 10

By lease dated June 6th, 1829, from Richard Pennefather to Catherine Goold, widow, for three lives, all still living, viz; Michael Goold eldest son of lessee, then aged about seventeen years, John Goold third son of lessee then aged about seven years, and Denis Corcoran (now in America) eighth son of Michael Corcoran of Broca, County of Tipperary, farmer. This lease contains same covenant as to payment of Tithe, as lease of No 1. The rent here stated includes Tithe Rentcharge.
4 Ditto William Ryan & Bridget Ryan, Reps. of  Thos. & Wm. Ryan  

68  1  39

 

 

45 3 7

By lease dated June 6th, 1829 from Richard Pennefather , to Thomas Ryan and William Ryan, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz: William Ryan first son of said William Ryan, one of the lessees, then aged about thirteen years, and James Grant (now in America) second son of James Grant then of Lisheen. This lease contains the same covenant etc.
5 Ditto Sarah Ryan, widow and William Ryan, Reps. of Cornelius Ryan  

53  0  38

 

33 15 8

By lease dated June 6th, 1829 from Richard Pennefather to Cornelius Ryan, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz: William Ryan second son of lessee, then aged about seventeen years, and John Ryan, fifth son of lessee, then aged about eleven years. This lease contains  same covenant etc.
6 Ditto Edward Pennefather 5  1  21 3 13 10 By lease dated October 1st 1835, from Mathew Pennefather to Edward Pennefather, for three lives, all still living,viz: Edward Pennefather, the lessee, Thomas John Pennefather, eldest son of said lessee, then aged about seven years and Thomas Pennefather, eldest son of Thomas Pennefather, late of Mary Ville, attorney, then aged about eleven years.
7 Ditto Roger Gleeson, Rep of William Pennefather,  

23  2  25

 

15 18 4½

By lease dated June 6th, 1829, from Richard Pennefather to William Pennefather, for three lives , all still living, viz: William Pennefather, the lessee,(now in America) John Pennefather, eldest son of the lessee, n(now also in America) then aged about seven year, and Richard Maher, (now also in America) fourth son of Thomas Maher of Drum, in said County, farmer, then aged about nine years. This lease contains same covenant etc.

Observations

The Lands of Garranmore are held in Fee, and will be sold subject only to payment of £11 19s 0½d. yearly Tithe Rentcharge. They are situated within about 2 Irish miles of the Goold’s Cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, within 6 miles of Thurles and  of Cashel. The acreage …… is taken from the Leases and by a Survey …. by Hodges and Smith, in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 264 Acres 1Rood 20 Perches Statute Measure.

 Lot 5

Rental of the Lands of Mealiffe, otherwise Moyaliffe, and its Subdenominations, situate in the Barony of Kilnemanagh, and the County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
  Mealiffe, containing to the lease thereof, profitable land 397 Acres; Grange alias Graigue; Coolbawn alias Culebane; Clannagunna alias Clannagunana, alias Coolingranna, profitable land 130 Acres; Mealiffe, unprofitable land 104 Acres  

 

 

 

 

Representatives of Thos Armstrong

A  R  P

 

 

 

 

1207  1  9

£ s  d

 

 

 

 

121 5 0

By lease dated 1st January, 1714, made by Kingsmill Pennefather, of Newpark, in the County of Tipperary, Esq., and Elizabeth Pennefather, his wife, to Thomas Armstrong, for three lives, with covenant for perpetual renewal on payment of £62 13s 6d. of the Irish currency, as a renewal fine, rent reserved by said lease is £125 7s 0d. of the then Irish currency, payable half-yearly, together with four fat wethers, to be delivered at Candlemas, in every year, at Newpark, aforesaid. The rent here stated £121 5s 0d present currency, included £5 10s 10½d. being as equivalent for said accates. By said lease, the premises demised are stated to contain in the whole 691 Acres, but by a Survey made thereof in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey they appear to contain, including Bog, 1207 Acres 1 Rood, 9 Perches statute measure, equivalent to 745 Acres 1 Rood and 14 Perches plantation measure. By said lease, liberty is reserved to the said Kingsmill Pennefather, and his servants to hunt, fowl, fish, hawk and shoot on said premises, in fit and proper seasons, and places for same. And all mines, minerals, and coals are reserved to lessors, with liberty to said lessors and their heirs to cut turf, as they think fit, in some convenient place of the Bog of Mealiffe, where turf is usually cut, together also with free ingress, egress and regress for said lessors, their heirs and assigns allowing reasonable amends and satisfaction to said lessee for the waste; spoil and damage that should be committed on the grass, corn, or soil of the premises by means thereof. The last renewal of said lease bears date the 20th day of February, 1849, and was executed by the said Mathew Pennefather to William Armstrong, then of Mealiffe, since deceased, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz: the Rev. Alfred Thomas Armstrong, now of Cullen Glebe, county of Limerick, and George Armstrong, of Chaffpoole, in the county of Sligo, Esquire. A renewal fine of £62 13s 6d. became due on the death of the Rev. Marcus Armstrong, late of Moylough Glebe, in the county of Galway, one of the lives named in the last renewal, who died on or about 28th November, 1850, and said fine is still unpaid.

 Observations

The Lands of Mealiffe are held in Fee, subject to payment of the yearly Quit Rent of £7 7s 9d., which, under the above-mentioned lease is payable by the tenant, the lessee in said lease having covenanted “to pay yearly rent and accates, and to pay, bear, and discharge, over and above said rents, all taxes and charges, ordinary or extraordinary, which then were, or thereafter should be imposed on the stock, or premises, or any part thereof, by any Act of Parliament, or otherwise, as also Quit Rent and Crown Rent, except all taxes which should be laid on the said reserved rents, which were to be paid by the lessors, and their heirs.” The tenant is primarily liable to payment of the Tithe Rentcharge. Those Lands are situated within about 6 miles of the town of Thurles, 4 miles from the Goold’s Cross station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, and about 9 miles from the city of Cashel.

  Lot 6

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Erry and Bawnfawn, Arable and Pasture and Bog,

 

Part of Carhue, otherwise Carewreech, otherwise Ballyowen, otherwise Carrow

 

 

 

Avary Jordan

A   R   P

884 3 23               

 

 

 

 

125 1 16

£  s  d

 

 

 

378 12 6

By lease dated July 3rd, 1830 from Richard Pennefather and Mathew Pennefather to Avary Jordan, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz. Avary Stinson, then aged about nineteen years, second son of Alexander Stinson, then of the City of Cashel, and Patrick Mahony, son of Laurence Mahony, of said city of Cashel, shopkeeper, then aged about twelve years. By this lease the lessors demised the Lands of Erry and Bawnfawn, also that part of said Lands of Erry formerly in the possession of the late Edmond Scully and his undertenants, containing about 30 acres; also the lands of Carhue, otherwise Carewreech, as formerly demised to Samuel Alleyn, except 35 acres, 2 roods of said lands of Carhue, then in the possession of William Pennefather, and also excepting 14 acres, 2 roods and 15 perches of the turf bank and spreading ground, part of the Commonage of the said lands of Erry, then in possession of said Richard Pennefather, intended for cutting and saving turf for his own use; all of which premises are set out in a map, or survey, endorsed on said lease, and are demised together with all buildings, moors, marshes, bogs & & with full and free liberty for the said Avary Jordan, his heirs, undertenants, and assigns, to cut and save turf for sale in and upon the said demised premises, or any part thereof. By said survey on said lease, the number of acres contained in said Lands of Erry is stated to be 361 and 5 acres, 3 roods and 15 perches, plantation measure: and by a survey thereof, since made, based on the Ordnance Survey, the number of acres appears to be 546 acres, 1 rood, and 4 perches, plantation measure, including bog and commonage. By said Survey on said lease, the number of acres contained in said Lands of Carhue, is stated to be 77 acres, 2 roods, 20 perches, plantation measure; and by said Survey, since made, they appear to be 77 acres, 1 rood, 21 perches. This lease contains a covenant on the part of the lessee to pay tithes of said holding, notwithstanding the Act of 4th Geo IV. C.99. Said lease also contains a covenant on part of lessee to preserve and maintain the possession and bounds of said demised premises from all encroachments, with liberty to said lessors to perambulate and view said bounds, as therein mentioned. The rent here state includes the tithe rentcharge.
2 Ditto Reps. of William Loney (now W Loney)  

126  1  33

 

5 13 4

By lease dated November 5th, 1782, from Richard Pennefather to William Loney, for three lives, two of which are still living, viz. Thomas Loney and Edward Loney sons of lessee. The premises are by said lease described as that part of the bod of Erry formerly held by Walter Strong, of Coolcaugh. The number of acres is not stated; but by said Survey they appear to be 78 acres and 11 perches plantation measure, of Bog pasture and arable land. By an endorsement on siad lease , it appears it was agreed before the execution thereof that the said Richard Pennefather and his tenants should have free leave to cut and draw turf of said bog during the term of said lease. The rent here stated includes tithe rentcharge.
  Part of bog of Erry

Reserved by lessors by Lease Holding No 1.

 

On hands

 

23  2  2

 

-  -   -

This is a turf bank and spreading ground part of the commonage of said lands of Erry, by said lease of holding No 1, reserved to the lessor in said lease intended for cutting and saving turf for his own us.

 By a survey made of said land sof Erry in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain, including bog and commonage,1034 acres, 3 roods and 38 perches, statute measure.

Observations: The Lands of Erry & Carhue are held in fee, and will be sold subject only to payment of £29 5s 2d yearly tithe Rentcharge , and £3 15s 11¼d. Quit Rent. They are situated within about 3½ Irish miles of the city of Cashel, five of Goold’s-cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, and nine of the town of Thurles.

 Lot 7

Rental of the Lands of Rahee, otherwise Raheen, Subdenomination of Newpark, otherwise Ballyowen, situated in the Barony of Middlethird and County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Rahee, otherwise Raheen, Sub-denomination of Newpark, otherwise Ballyown  

Reps. of Thomas Hayes, now Ellen Hayes, widow

A  R  P

5  1  2

£  s  d

4  4  0

By lease dated October 31st, 1825, from Richard Pennefather to Thomas Hayes,  for three lives, two of which are still living, viz; John Hayes, eldest son of lessee, then aged about eleven years, and James Hayes, second son of lessee, then aged about eight years, this is an abated rent.

 

2 Ditto Avary Jordan 66  1  26 25  12  6 By proposal dated 4th May, 1850 , in Chancery matter of Henry Moore and Charles Cobbe, junr., petitioners; Mathew Pennefather, respondent, for seven years, pending said matter, fro 1st May 1850. A copy of this proposal will be handed to the purchaser.

 

3 Ditto Toby Adams 12  3  33 10 0 0 Yearly tenancy, terminable 1st November in each year

 

4 Ditto John Sullivan 3  3  21 4 0 0                 Ditto                       Ditto

 

  Lime-yard and Kiln &c. Michl. Gleeson & Herdsman  

0  2  32

 

 

The Woodranger and Herdsman of the said Mathew Pennefather occupy two houses built on this ground, free of rent.

 

 Observations

The Lands of Rahee are held in Fee and will be Sold subject only to payment of £3 13s 7½d.yearly Tithe Rentcharge. They are situate within about 3 Irish miles of Cashel, about 6 miles from the Goold’s Cross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, and 9 miles from the town of Thurles. The acreage stated in the foregoing Rental is taken from the leases except in the case of yearly tenancies: and by a Survey made of said Lands in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 93 Acres,1 Rood, 35 Perches Statute Measure.

Lot 8

Rental of the Lands of Carhue, alias Carrow, Subdenomination of Newpark, otherwise Ballyowen, situated in the Barony of Middlethird, and County of Tipperary

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
  Carhue, alias Carrow, Subdenomination of Newpark otherwise Ballyowen  

 

Avary Jordan

A   R   P

 

58  0  13

£   s   d

 

35 0  0

By lease dated March 31st, 1842, from Mathew Pennefather and William Pennefather to Avary Jordan, for three lives, all still living, viz. Weldon Kelsall Jordan, then aged about nine years, eldest son of lessee; Richard Jordan, then aged about seven years, second son of lessee, and John Ryall, then aged about eight years, only son of William Ryall, Postmaster, of Cashel, and for the term of 41 years, from the day of the death of the survivor of said lives. The quantity demised by said lease was 35 Acres 1 Rood. And by a survey made of said lands in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, this portion appears to contain 58 Acres 1 Rood and 38 Perches, statute measure, which includes 1 rood 25 Perches, statute measure, equivalent to 1 rood planatation measure, which said Mathew Pennefather by deed dated 13th January, 1842, conveyed to the churchwarden of the parish of Ballysheehan, for the purpose of building a church upon, and on which a church has been since erected.

Observations:

The Lands of Carhue are held in Fee, and will be sold subject only to payment of £2 10s 6d. yearly Tithe Rentcharge. They are situated within about 3 Irish miles of Cashel, about 6 miles from the Gooldscross Station of the Great Southern and Western Railway, and 9 miles from the town of Thurles.

 Lot 9

Rental of the Lands of Fassaghmore, otherwise Fassogh, otherwise Fussough, situate in the Barony of Middlethird and County of Tipperary.

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Fossaghmore, otherwise Fassogh, otherwise Fussough Reps. of William Scully, now Roger Scully A   R   P

33  3  3

 

£   s  d

29 17 5½

By lease dated June 3rd, 1826, from Richard Pennefather to William Scully, for 3 lives, 2 of which are still living, viz. roger Scully son of the lessee, (now  of Dualla, County of Tipperary) and John Scully the grandson of said lessee.
2 Ditto Roger Scully, late Patrick Kennedy  

3  1  10

 

2 0 0

Yearly Tenancy, terminable 1st November in each year.
3 Ditto  

William Quinlan

 

13  3  31

 

4  6  1

By lease dated May 22nd, 1848, from Mathew Pennefather to William Quinlan, for one life or 31 years concurrent; the life is still in being viz: Avary Jordan of Racecourse Lodge, County of Tipperary
4 Ditto John Quigley 5  2  27 1  17 10 By lease dated May 22nd, 1848 from Mathew Pennefather to John Quigley, for one life (the same as in lease of preceding holding, No 3 still living) or 31 years concurrent.
5 Ditto Rep. of William Carroll, now Judith Carroll, widow.  

0   0   6

 

0  10  0

By lease dated April 2nd, 1840, from Mathew Pennefather to William Carroll for 3 lives, 2 of which are still living, viz Stepjen Minchin, fourth son of the late Humphrey Minchin of Rathclough, then aged about 17 years and John Kennedy, son of Thomas Kennedy, then of Newpark in the County of Tipperary, or for 31 years concurrent.
6 Ditto George Hill 9  1  27 6  12  3 Yearly Tenancy, terminable 1st November in each year.
7  

Ditto

Same (late Cornelius Kelly)  

6  1  7

 

5  1 10

 

 Ditto

8 Ditto Same (late Thomas Gorman)  

2  1  1

 

2  1 9

 

 Ditto

9 Ditto Mary Kennedy widow  

7  3  38

6  9  9 Ditto
10 Ditto James Kennedy 4  3  2 3 10 0 Ditto
11 Dittto Thomas Mockler 4  1  9 3  0 0 Ditto
12 Ditto Judith Dunne, widow  

3  2 24

 

3  5 6

 

Ditto

13 Ditto John Mockler 3  2  24 3  5  6 Ditto
14 Ditto William Quinlan (late Thomas Gorman)  

3  1 27

 

3 0 0

By proposal dated 28th February, 1851, for 3 lives or 29 years concurrent, from1st November,1850; the lives are all still in being viz: William Quinlan, senr. of Fassogh, the lesee, William Quinlan, junr, eldest son of the said lessee, about 21 years, and William Carroll, eldest son of Johannah Carroll, of Fassogh, widow, now aged about 2 years, all in the Barony of Middlethird, and county of Tipperary.
15 Ditto William Gorman 0  0  3 0  1  0  Yearly Tenancy, terminable 1st November in each year.
16 Ditto Edmund Hacket, (late Richard Lonergan) 1  0  19 0  15 0 Ditto
17 Ditto John Cleary 3  0 29 2  14  5 Ditto
18 Police Barracks Arthur Beresford Cane, Receiver of the Constabulary Force of Ireland  

0 0 32

 

12 0 0

Yearly tenant for the use of the Constabulary Force, under agreement between the said Mathew Pennefather and the said Arthur Beresford Cane, dated 26th July 1845, for one year certain, and subsequently as tenant from year to year, with power to either party to terminate the tenancy, on giving three month’s previous notice, without reference to gale days.

Observations

 The Lands of Fossaghmore are held in fee, and will be sold subject only to£ 4 12s 4½d., yearly tithe Rentcharge. They are situate within 3 Irish miles of Caswhel, about 6 miles from the Goooldscross station of the Great Western Railway and about 9 miles fro the Town of Thurles. The acreage sated in the foregoing Rental is taken form the Leases except in the case of yearly tenancies; and by a survey made of said lands in the year 1845, based on Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 108 Acres, 2 Roods 21 Perches, statute measure.

 Lot 10

Rental of the Lands of Ballykelly, otherwise Ballykeally, and Garranhally, situate in the Borny of Middlethird and County of Tipperary

No Denominations Tenants’ Names Land Statute Measure Yearly Rent       Tenure
1 Ballykelly otherwise Ballykeally and Garranhally George Ryall A   R  P

98  3  9

£  s  d

55 7 8

By lease dated October 1st,1824, from Richard Pennefather and Mathew Pennefather to George Ryall, for three lives, all of which are still living, viz; George Ryall, the lessee, George Headon, then aged about ten years, second son of Thomas Headon of Fookstown, County Tipperary, and Thomas Ryall then aged about nine years, second son of Edmond Ryall, of Fethard, County of Tipperary. The number of acres, according to Ordnance Survey, is 61Acres, 3Roods, 34 Perches.
2  

Ditto

 

Thomas Kickham

 

4  3  17

 

4  4 0

By lease dated March 25th, 1826, from Richard Pennefather to Thomas Kickham, for three lives, all of which are still living, viz; Thomas Kickham the lessee, Alice Kickham, otherwise Gleeson, wife of said lessee, and Elizabeth Kickham, eldest daughter of said lessee, then aged about four years, and now the wife of William Kierwick, of Ballykelly, Surveyor
3 Ditto Geo. Ryall, late John Bourke 6  1  21 4 0 0 Yearly tenancy determinable 1st May in each year.
4 Ditto William Cross 4  2 23 3 16 2 Yearly tenancy determinable 29th September in each year.
5 Ditto Thomas Cross 4  2  23 2 17 3 Ditto
6 Ditto James Dunn 35  1  26 30 4 5 Ditto
7 Ditto Reps of William Dunn  

35  2 33

 

30 10 5

 

Ditto

8 Ditto Thos. Cross late Mark Hayes  

6  3 38

 

4 5 0

 

Ditto

9 Ditto Anne Hayes (widow) 10  1  16 8 16 10 Ditto
10 Ditto Sarah Hayes 8  2  26 7 8 1 Ditto
11 Ditto Andrew Kennedy 1  3  3 1 7 8 Ditto
12 Ditto  Timothy Kennedy 1  3  3 1 7 8 Ditto
13 Ditto Richard Daniel    ---  10 6 Ditto House only
14

 

Ditto Jas. Ryall late Phil Fogarty  

  ----

 

1 1 0

 

Ditto House only

15 Ditto William Martin 2  2  21 2 5 10 Ditto
16 Ditto Henry Jacob 1 0 35 1 1 0 Ditto
17 Ditto Darby Sullivan 1 2 19 1 9 9 Ditto
18 Ditto Anty Sullivan 1  2  19 1 10 0 Ditto
19 Ditto Edward Martin 2  2  21 2 5 10 Ditto
20 Ditto Darby Ryan 2 1 28 2 7 0 Ditto
21 Ditto Avary Jordan 8  1 28 2 12 0 By proposal dated 17th October, 1850, in Chancery matter of Henry Moore and Charles Cobbe, junr., petitioners; Mathew Pennefather, respondent, for seven years, pending said matter, from 1st November, 1850

Observations

The Lands of Bally Kelly and Garranhally are Tithe free, and are held under fee-farm grant bearing date the 4th day of  September, 1702, made by James , the Duke of Ormonde, to Kingsmill Pennefather. They are situate within about 3 miles of the City of Cashel, 5 of the Gooldscross station of the Great southern and Western Railway, and 8 of the Town of Thurles. By said fee-farm grant liberty is reserved to the lessor and his heirs, and their servants and attendants, for the time being, along with him or them, of hunting, hawking, fishing and fowling, in and upon the said premises in fit and proper seasons and places for the same. And also there was excepted out of the said grant, all hawks, eyries of hawks, escheats, felons and fugitives, goods, waifs, strays, and deodands, which then were, or thereafter should be had or found in or upon the said premises; together with all advowsons, presentations of churches, Seneschalships, profits of Courts Leet and Courts Baron, and all other royalties and franchises whatsoever unto the said premises, or any part thereof belonging or appertaining; together also with free ingress, egress and regress for him the said Duke, his heirs and assigns, and for all and every other person and persons to whom the rent thereby reserved should for the time being for ever thereafter belong, and for his or their servants, by his or their command, to take and carry away, respectively, all the premises excepted. The rent reserved by said fee-farm grant, including an equivalent for accates and receiver’s fees, is only £13 17s 3d. late currency- equivalent to £12 15s 11d. present currency- although the sum of £16 6s 11d (above stated) has been paid yearly  for some years past to the representative of the grantor by the said Mathew Pennefather, the fees for accates have been increased. By said fee-farm grant the said rent is reserved, payable of the 25th March and 29th September in each year, clear of, and from, and without deduction for any taxes, assessments, subsidies, or impositions by act of parliament, or otherwise, except Quit Rent and Crown Rent, Chief Rent, and such impositions or taxes as might be laid or imposed on the said yearly rent. The said fee-farm grant contains a covenant on the part of the said lessee, that he the said Kingsmill Pennefather, his heirs and assigns, or his or their tenants, living and dwelling on the premises, should and would from time to time, and at all times for ever thereafter, appear and do suit and service at the Court Leet and Court Baron of the said Duke of Ormonde, and his heirs, to be held at the Manor of Holycross, when and as often as duly summoned thereto. The acreage stated in the above Rental is taken from the leases, except in the case of yearly tenancies, and by a survey made of said lands in the year 1845, based on the Ordnance Survey, they appear to contain 243 acres and 6 perches statute measure.