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Thomastown, Tipperary

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Re: Thomastown, Tipperary

Posted: 8 Jan 2013 6:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Farrel
I found this just starting my research on this couple:
THOMASTOWN, a village in the parish of RELICKMURRY, barony of CLANWILLIAM, county of TIPPERARY, and province of MUNSTER, 4 ½ miles (W.) from Cashel, on the road to Tipperary, and near the river Suir: the population is returned with the parish. Thomastown House, the splendid castellated mansion of Lady Eliz. Matthew, sister and heir of the late Earl of Llandaff, is situated in a noble demesne, comprising upwards of 2000 statute acres, and embellished with a profusion of remarkably fine timber, and two large pieces of water, supplied from a distance of several miles: the scenery is of a very pleasing character, the fine range of hills called the Galtees forming the background. On a part of the demesne called the Ross, near the small river Fidachta, is a beautiful cottage, built by the late Earl. A constabulary police force is stationed in the village; and there is a school for children of both sexes, in which are about 100 children, under the patronage of Lady E. Matthew, who allows the master £10 per ann., besides a house and two acres of land. Some remains of the church exist; it is the burial-place of the noble family of Matthew.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
lasondra_of 17 Nov 2002 5:40AM GMT 
LizD 19 Nov 2002 11:31PM GMT 
lasondra_of 20 Nov 2002 3:45PM GMT 
Catherine McN... 13 Feb 2004 9:55PM GMT 
lasondra_of 16 Feb 2004 8:14PM GMT 
Catherine McN... 17 Feb 2004 1:28PM GMT 
Dan Hawley 30 May 2004 5:18PM GMT 
lasondra_of 19 Jun 2004 4:40AM GMT 
Catherine McN... 31 May 2004 11:02AM GMT 
soozie471 9 Jan 2013 1:34AM GMT 
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