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It is thought these are related to these Spains.


Limerick Chronicle, Tue 2 Apr 1901, says William Spain was of Moanfin House.


  
William Spain,
born 1814,
farmer,
of Moanfin House, Moanfin townland, Kilruane par, NE of Nenagh, Co.Tipperary.
See entry in tree by Niamh Kelly.
See entry in tree by "houdinibini".
See entry in tree by "Kate6288".
See entry in tree by Nancy Ashburn.
He mar 1846 to Mary Ryan.
He is listed in [Griffiths Valuation, 1853] in the biggest house in Moanfin townland. From here.
He died Fri 29 Mar 1901, age 87 yrs.
Funeral 1 Apr 1901.
See funeral report in Limerick Chronicle, Tue 2 Apr 1901.
Probate granted 5 June 1901. See entry from here.
They had issue:


  1. Michael Spain,
    bapt 25 Apr 1847 [Cloughjordan RC par records]. See entry from here.
    Merchant in Limerick.
    High Sheriff of Limerick.
    He is called "Mike Spain" in an undated letter by Stephen O'Mara.


  2. William Spain,
    born 1865 in Moanfin.
    Famous hurler and Gaelic footballer.
    He was the first player to win the All Ireland in both football and hurling.
    See entry in [DIB].




Moanfin House (centre) in Moanfin townland, NE of Nenagh.
From 1829 to 1842 map.



Moanfin House marked on Google Maps.
See modern street view of entrance.


  
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