Griffiths Valuation shows four Ashe families and one Griffin in Kinard East in 1852 and judging by the land valuations the original Ashe holding was divided between them. What is confusing is that there was a Matthew(James) and a Matthew (John) and this info does not tie in with any of the Ashe family trees. In the 1901 census there was just the four Ashe families and all four can still be accounted for. There were no Ashe families in Kinard west in 1852 or in 1901. They are adjoining townlands.
There is currently an Ashe family in Glen Minard who can trace their links back to a James Ashe in Minard East and although they konow he was buried in Kinard East they are not sure where he came from, in fact they thought it was Annascaul.
What is interesting is that 1877 was a notorious year for evictions and there was some changes in the leaseholders in Minard East. How could I get hold of a land map for Minard East. I know every field and the current families and it could revealsome very interesting data. The two Ashe families must have connected with the Evans and Noonan families there.
Minard East is in the parish of Minard, the Catholic parish of Lispole but in the Annascaul postal district consequently births, deaths and marriages could appear in the Annascaul registry district to confuse matters.