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Shallee seems to be the original
Cashel property in this area,
married 1720s to
Rowan of Co.Kerry,
family lived in both Co.Tipperary and Co.Kerry, George Cashell
though seems to have lived mainly in Co.Kerry,
will pr 1802,
died at Shallee House 1855,
listed as owning Shallee 1876.
married Lawrence of Silvermines 1816,
he lived at Lissenhall
and Silvermines Castle,
also listed with land at Garryard East, Cooleen and Ballygown South,
at Silvermines Castle as at 1856.
Talbot lived in this house (and possibly built it in 19th cent).
lived in this house at Bushfield
He was living at Bushfield
at the time his son
died in childhood in 1863
Another son, a second
Richard Talbot, was born at Bushfield, 1866.
In [Owners of Land, 1876],
is listed as the address of George Talbot, owning 137 acres.
i.e. Talbot owned Bushfield, did not rent it.
George Talbot's widow
Ellen Keays died at Bushfield 1902.
Ryan bought the house from Talbot (they are not related).
Presumably bought it 1902.
Ryan is at Bushfield from 1904 to 1943
Sheehy are descendants of Ryan.
Sheehy is at Bushfield from 1943
Sheehy are relations of
of Bushfield (NOT Sheedy),
republican, killed in Civil War, 1923,
bur Kilmastulla Cemetery.
Sheehy still in this house.