Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
is SE of Tralee, Co.Kerry,
S off the
main Tralee-Killarney road (the N21),
on the small River Lee.
There is a turning off the N21 at the E end of Ballyseedy Wood, which I shall call the E side road. See street view.
There is a car park on the N side of the woods. See street view.
There is another car park on the S side of the woods. See street view.
Ballyseedy townland, Ballyseedy par,
is the area W of the E side road.
It covers from the W end of the wood to the E end of the wood
(at the E side road).
Ballyseedy Bridge over the river is at the E edge of Ballyseedy townland, on the E side road.
In Ballyseedy townland:
Old Ballyseedy (ruins) is at the W end of the wood, in the NW end of Ballyseedy townland.
New Ballyseedy (formerly called Elm Grove or Elmgrove) is at the E end of the wood, in the NE end of Ballyseedy townland, off the E side road.
On the E side road is the 19th century Protestant Ballyseedy church, with the old ruined Ballyseedy church.
Ballycarty townland (or sometimes Ballycarthy), Ballyseedy par,
is the area E of the E side road.
Ballycarty Bridge over the river (or Ballycarty Cross) is at the NE corner of Ballycarty townland, on the main road.
In Ballycarty townland:
Ballycarty Castle was in the NE end of Ballycarty townland.
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Some research "things to do" are not done for years, because I do not have the money to do them.
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