farmed at Newross
from at least 1814.
William Ryan (probably Tim's brother) had a farm, also in Newross townland, from at least 1814.
Tim Ryan's son Mickey Tim Ryan inherited his father's farm.
Mickey Tim Ryan was evicted from his farm at Newross, apparently 1850.
William Ryan was apparently evicted from his farm at Newross in 1854.
Entry for Newross in [Tithe Survey, 1827].
Tim Ryan (with something illegible after his name) holds 76 acres, the largest plot in the townland.
William Ryan holds 52 acres, the 2nd largest plot in the townland.
Both renting from Bolton Waller.
Newross on 1829 to 1842 map.
Apparently the Ryan farm was a LHS turn off the road as you go from Ahane crossroads up to Kilnarath church.
Apparently it was the 1st left above, "Site of New Ross House", not the 2nd left.
This would make it the 2nd left turn today. See modern satellite view and street view.
The landlord Bolton Waller (died 1854) listed in pedigree of Waller of Kerry and Limerick, [Burkes Irish, 1976, p.1176].
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