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Henry Cashell, of Bushfield, Co.Tipperary


   
Greenhall House, Co.Tipperary, in 1887 to 1913 map.
See also 1829 to 1842 map.
See modern satellite view and street view of entrance.
There is apparently a ruined old house at Greenhall today.




Henry Cashell [prob. descendant of Edward III], or Cashel,
born perhaps est c.1720,
of Bushfield, Co.Tipperary,
poss. originally from Ballynevan, Sixmilebridge, Co.Clare,

mar 1742 [Marriage Licence Bond], (todo) see [Betham abstracts], 13, 31,
to Rebecca White [dau of John White, of Capparty(?), Co.Tipperary (unidentified, perhaps Cappanilly, Borrisoleigh town, Glenkeen par, NC Co.Tipperary, somewhat to the E of the Bushfield/Shallee/Greenhall area)],
[Betham abstracts] says she is sister of Henry White, and of Richard White of Bantry (must be Co.Cork),
she must be relation of Sarah White of Greenhall, Co. Tipperary, in 1760, which her son Benjamin then inherits,

he is "Henry Cashell" of Bushfield who was admitted 1745 as [Freeman of Fethard],
his will dated 26th Jan 1762,
he died 1762-3,
will pr 31st Jan 1763, burnt in Four Courts 1922,

Rebecca's will dated 2nd [Betham abstracts] or 5th [NAI] Dec 1781,
she died 7 Dec 1781, (todo) see Limerick Chronicle,
will pr 14th Sept 1782, burnt in Four Courts 1922, transcript survives in [NAI],
had issue:


  1. Henry Cashell,
    Harry, of Bushfield,
    he is "Henry Cashell", of Bushfield, who was admitted 1774 as [Freeman of Fethard],
    mar 16 Sept 1788, (todo) see Limerick Chronicle,
    or Oct 1788 [Walker's Hibernian Magazine],
    to Anne Harrison [dau of William Harrison, of Garruragh, Tulla par, E Co.Clare (again in the same Co.Clare/Co.Tipperary border area), by his wife Rebecca ----],
    Henry supposed to have died intestate 17th July 1790.
    Though he must be Henry Cashell, who died 9 Jan 1789, at or near Garruragh, Co.Clare, "by a fall from his horse", bur Killaloe, Co.Clare, see [Hibernian Chronicle, 22 Jan 1789], (todo) see Limerick Chronicle.
    His father-in-law William Harrison's will dated 5th Mar 1791, he died 1791, will pr 20th July 1791.
    Admin. of his goods to his brother Francis Worth Cashell, 8 Feb 1799, (todo) see [Betham abstracts], 13, 102.

    "Henry Cashell" of Dublin is listed as owning freehold of [poss. Island McTurlo], Co.Tipperary in 1776.


  2. Francis-Worth Cashell,
    Frank, of Bushfield.
    possibly after grandfather Francis Cashell,
    "Francis Worth Cashell", of Bushfield, gent, was admitted 1774 as [Freeman of Fethard],
    "Francisworth Cashel" of Dublin is listed as owning freehold of Bushfield in 1776,
    "Francis W. Cashell" is listed as living Bushfield in 1814 Directory.

    The will of "Francis Worth Cashel", of Bushfield, was pr 1840 [NAI], think burnt in Four Courts 1922,
    if this is him, must be very old,
    also seems to conflict with Cashel having left Bushfield (and it as property of Henry G. Cashel, being rented out) at that time.


  3. Benjamin Cashell,
    of "Green Hall, Co.Tipperary" [must be Greenhall, just W of Shallee, must have inherited through his mother],
    Capt. in the Army.
    He must be Benjamin Cashell, of Dublin, gent, admitted 1774 as [Freeman of Fethard].


    One of these brothers must be the father of the following Henry G. Cashel,
    and Benjamin is probably the father, since Henry G. calls his son Benjamin:

    1. Henry G. Cashel [Henry George], or Cashell,
      of Bushfield, Co.Tipperary,
      born temp 1805, Protestant,
      must be named after grandfather Henry,
      had a son Benjamin, who must be named after his grandfather Benjamin.
      Henry G. also claims in 1866 to be the heir of land occupied by "Mrs. Christina Russell", who is perhaps the widow of his Russell 1st cousin.

  1. Mary Cashell,
    Mary Anne, Mary is family name too,
    mar Thomas Furnell [born 1740, son of Thomas Furnell of Kilderry],
    see FURNELL in [Burkes Irish, 1976],
    they lived Rockfield, Ballycahane par (nr Crecora, Crecora par), Co.Limerick,
    he is listed as "security" at mar of her sister Catherine 1781,
    Rockfield poss. later went to Nihell,
    Rockfield definitely later went to Blennerhassett,
    had issue:

    1. Rebecca Furnell [would be after grandmother],
      mar Samuel Bennett [of Balincoola] and had issue.

    2. Mary Furnell [Mary Anne],
      mar Oct 1795, Fedamore, to Henry Bevan and had issue.

    3. Sarah Furnell, mar Samuel Bennett [of Ballinvana] and had issue.
    4. Honora Furnell, mar William White.
    5. Eliza Furnell, mar Terence O'Brien.
    6. Henrietta Furnell, mar Edward Bennett.

    1. John Thomas Furnell, born 22 June 1784,
      died 16 Jan 1787, age 2 yrs.


  2. Rebecca Cashell [would be after mother],
    mar Capt. Henry Crotty [Army Capt.] of Silvermines, Co.Tipperary,
    he is described as of Garryard (just N of Silvermines) at her death,
    he died pre-1817,
    she died 29 Oct 1817, Nenagh, (todo) see Limerick Chronicle,
    had issue:

    1. Francis Cashel Crotty, of Silvermines,
      perhaps after Rebecca's grandfather Francis Cashell,
      Major in 39th Foot,
      he had a coat of arms, (todo) search [NLI] GO for grant,
      motto VERUM MERITUM (apparently means "true merit"),
      had issue:
      1. Rebecca-Anne Crotty.

      These Crottys are somehow ancestors of:

      1. Judy Lingard,
        researching family tree. See posts from her (and more) including posts on Cashel and Blennerhassett.

      Apparently it was noted in the obituary of one of the Crottys that grandmother was from "prominent Cashel family".
      Also in the Crotty family when a child is named Francis, usually the second name is Cashel. This would suggest that Rebecca is granddau of Francis Cashell.

      Probably related:
      R. Crotty, of Golden, Co.Tipperary, Coroner of the county of Tipperary,
      died 6 Jan 1812, at the house of Francis Cashell, Co.Tipperary (probably Francis above), (todo) see Limerick Evening Post.


  3. Sarah Cashell,
    possibly after grandmother Sarah Rowan,
    mar --- Russell.
    This may be the Russell family mentioned in Henry G. Cashel's Power of Attorney 1866 as having land in Kilmastulla par [nr Bushfield], N Co.Tipperary.

  4. Frances Cashell, Fanny,
    Frances is family name too,
    died unmarried.

  5. Catherine Cashell [or Christian],
    "of Garryard, Co.Tipperary" [Garryard, nr Silvermines],
    mar 1781 [marriage licence, Killaloe Diocese, 14th Jan 1781, "licence of marriage without publication of banns", security: her brother-in-law Thomas Furnell of Rockfield, Co.Limerick]
    to Capt. Richard Harte [poss. Hart] of Ballyculleen [or Ballycullen], Co.Limerick.

  6. Jane Cashell, died unmarried.


  7. Dymphna Cashell,
    mar Col. Samuel Gardener [or Gardiner], of London, and had issue:

    1. Dymphna Gardener [or Dympna],
      mar 6 June 1810 [Limerick Chronicle, 23 June]
      to Daniel Nihell [Dan],
      he was of Rockville (or poss. Rockfield, or Barnelicky), nr Adare (Adare par), Co.Limerick,
      this might be Rockfield, Ballycahane par, Co.Limerick, formerly held by Furnell and later by Blennerhassett,
      for his ancestors see [Niall, 1972],
      they moved to Australia 1835, settled Adelaide,
      he died Adelaide, 12 Oct 1846,
      she died Adelaide, 24 Sept 1866,
      had issue, ancestors of Nihell (later Niall),
      for descendants see [Niall, 1972],
      ancestors of:

      1. James M. Niall,
        James Mansfield Niall, born 1915,
        researched family tree, author of [Niall, 1972],
        as at 1972 address was P.O. Box 276, Manuka, Canberra, A.C.T. 2603, Australia.



Unidentified, must be of this family, marrying his cousin:



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