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Ballycrenode Townland

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Location: County Tipperary, Irelandmap
Surname/tag: Shortt
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Ballycrenode Townland has an area of 150.51 hectares / 0.58 square miles / 371 acres, 3 roods, 27 perches. It is bordered by the townlands of Ballinamona, Ballconnor, Ballyvanran, Curraghanuddy, Kilkeary, Kylebeg and Millbrook.[1] It is shown in the Down Survey map of the area.[2]

1716 - James Short of Kilmuckstollen and John Short son and heir to the said James Short then of Castlerone to Daniel Rogers lands of Garrybreedy, Knockadigeen, Ballyvanrahan and Ballygibbon (also Ballysinode) in Upper Ormond.[3]

1728 - between John Short and Thomas Short of Grange, Queens Co and James Short of Ballyvanron, Upper Ormond, Tipperary, Gent – lands of Garrybredy, Comonstown, Knockdiggin, Ballygibonates, Ballyvenod and Ballyvanron all in Upper Ormond that had been mortgaged to John Short, Esq. decd – Ballyvanron to James Shortt and heirs for ever, Garrybredy and Comonstown, Knockdiggin, Ballygibon and Ballysenod to James Short and heirs for 100 years. Witnesses included Jonathan Shortt of Killmastullagh. (Is this the first instance of the 'Shortt' spelling of the name?!)[4]

1728 - John Short of Grange, Queen's Co to John Pyke of Killea Co Tipperary lands of Park, Killea, Grange and Gortbrack in Ikerrin, also Lakesherraghbegg and Carragh Finane in Ikerrin, also Garybreedy als Knuckdigeen, Ballygibbon als Ballysinode in Upper Ormond. [5]

1729 - John Short of Grange to John Pyke lands of Park, Killea, Grange, Gortbrack, Lakeserraghbegg and Curragh Finane Co Tipp. John Pyke to John Short lands of Garrybreedy Knockdigeen Ballygibbon ors Ballysinode but rent (Edward Minchin) because not able to put John Pyke in actual possession of Knockdigeen and Garrybreedy. Witnesses include Ann Pyke widow, executor of the will of John Pyke 14/09/1744.[6]

1781 - John Short of Pallas (1st), Frances Short daughter of said John (2nd), Percy Hunt (3rd), Wm Short of Ballinamona and James Short Jnr of Pallas (4th) re marriage of Frances Short to John Piercy Hunt - lands in Ballysinode. John Piercy Hunt of Ballysinode demise lands of Ballysinode to James Short and Wm Short. Witnesses inc Vere Hunt of Cappagh, Co Tipp.[7]

1817 - Vere Dawson Hunt of Cappagh (1st part), Henry Davis Hunt of Limerick (2nd part), Fitzmaurice Hunt of High Park (3rd part). Said Vere, Henry and Fitzmaurice, the three only sons of Vere Hunt formerly of Cappagh decd., and William Short of Clermount are the trustees in the marriage settlement of Vere Dawson Hunt dated 21/1/1802. Mention of Ballysinode.[8]

  1. https://www.townlands.ie/tipperary/upper-ormond/kilkeary/ballycrenode/.
  2. http://downsurvey.tcd.ie/down-survey-maps.php#bm=Upper+Ormond&c=Tipperary&p=Kilkiery.
  3. Registry of Deeds 38 30 23151 dated 25th/26th/9/1716.
  4. Registry of Deeds 58 451 40134 dated 19/7/1728.
  5. Registry of Deeds 57 397 39040 dated 24/9/1728.
  6. Registry of Deeds 116 207 80246 dated 27/11/1729 but registered 8/12/1744.
  7. Registry of Deeds 344 187 230881 dated 17/4/1781.
  8. Registry of Deeds 714 363 488699,


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