Tipperary Encumbered Estate Records

The Rental of Lot No. 6 - Ballylinch
Being the Dwelling-houses, Tenements and Premises, situate on the Pill road, otherwise Ballylinch
Near the town of Carrick-on-Suir, in the Barony of Iffa and Offa East and County of Tipperary

NO. Denominations Tenants' Names Tenure & Observations
1 House & Land Michael DOOLEY Lease dated 12 day of Oct 1824, made by Henry Briscoe to James POWER, for the lives of the Rev. Francis BRISCOE, aged 44 years; John Power, aged 47 years; and Peter Power, aged 33 years, or for the term of 91 years from 29th Sept 1824, at the yearly rent of 12l late currency.  The premises are described in said lease as the field at the end of Pill road, in the Eastern suburbs of Carrick-on-Suir, and bounded as therein. All the cestui qui vies are alive
2 Land Rev. Garrett CONNOLLY, surviving trustee of Monastery of Carrick Lease dated 28th May, 1757, from Edward BRISCOE to John HALIDAY, for 3 lives therein named, with covenant for perpetual renewal on payment of a fine of 3l 15s late currency.  The said lease contains a reservation of all royalties whatsoever, with free ingress, egress and regress to dig carry away same; and the premises are therein described as the field formerly held by John CLOHOSY, situate in the barony of Iffa and Offa East and county of Tipperary, and bounded as therein. The last renewal bears date 20th Sept. 1829, and is made by Henry BRISCOE to the Right Rev. Patrick KELLY and others, and two of the cestui que vies therein named, Patrick Michael MURRAY, aged 49 years, and Mathew Richard SAUSE, aged 47 years, are alive.
3 House & Land John CORBETT & Michael COLEMAN Lease made by Henry BRISCOE to said John CORBETT and Michael COLEMAN, dated 23rd February, 1848, for the term of 21 years from 25th March, 1848, at the yearly rent of 8l, with covenant of surrender on giving six months notice - the premises are described in this lease as part of the land of Ballylinch, containing 1½ acres plantation measure, be the same more or less, then lately in thepossession of Pat CUMMINS and Richard DUNPHY, together with the dwelling house and premises then held by Wm. SHEA, and bounded as therein.
4 House & Land John MANGAN Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
5 House vacant  
6 House Mary SHEA Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
7 House Edmond BRIEN Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
8 House & Garden Mary McNAMARA Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
9 House & Garden Peter WALSH Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
10 House & Garden Timothy CLANCY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
11 House & Garden James WHELAN Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week
12 House Michael KEHOE Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
13 House Michael JENKINS Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week
14 House Mary DALTON Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week
15 House John MULLOWNEY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
16 House & Garden William MOORE Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
17 Land Reps. Of Wm. Harden BRADSHAW Lease dated 15th April, 1809, from Henry BRISCOE to William Harden BRADSHAW, for 3 lives, with covenant for perpetual renewal on payment of a peppercorn fine within six months of the fall of each life, at the yearly rent of 18l 4s late currency, and the premises are therein described as 2 fields at Ballylinch, containing 1a 3r or thereabouts, as same were formerly held by William SHEA and his son, John Mara and Laurence SMITH, and as then lately held by James BYRNE, and then held by said Wm. Harden BRADSHAW - the last renewal bears date 28th July, 1834, and is made by Henry Whitby BRISCOE to said Wm. Harden BRADSHAW, for the lives of Parls (Paris ?) BRADSHAW, Robert BRADSHAW, and Wm. BRADSHAW; and the said Robert BRADSHAW and Wm. BRADSHAW are still alive
18 Land Reps. Of Wm. Harden BRADSHAW Fee farm grant dated 1st Oct. 1855, by Henry Whitby BRISCOE to Robt. Armstrong BRADSHAW, and Jas. Armstrong BRADSHAW, John Paris BRADSHAW,  and James Armstrong BRADSHAW, under the provisions of the Renewable Leasehold Conversion Act, at the yearly rent of 19l 9s 10½d. The premises are therein described as two fields and a garden, being part of the lands of Tinvane, called by the name of Knockenaconnery, bounded as therein, together with one field and orchard, being part of the lands of Ballylinch...