Location: County Tipperary, Ireland
Lisheen Townland has an area of 203.21 hectares / 0.78 square miles / 502 acres, 0 roods, 24 perches. It is bordered by the townlands of Cloonawillin, Coorevin, Derrinvohill, Feigh, Feigh West, Fortmoy, Gortnahulla and Uskane. It does not seem to be shown on the Down Survey map of the area.
1822 - between John Shortt of Lisheen (1st part), Jane Shortt otherwise Fowles, his wife (2nd part), Revd John Travers of Arran, Co. Tipp. (3rd part) and Revd Ralph Stoney of Terryglass (4th part), reciting that John Shortt was seized and possessed of the lands of Kilkeary in Upper Ormond, Lisheen and Gurtnahuller in Lower Ormond and is also entitled to lands of Summerhill all to be rented by John Travers.
1825 - Anthony Richard Blake Chief Remembrancer of Court of Exchequer (1ts part), John Wilkinson then of Brigfield Co Cavan (2nd part), John Mitchell of City of Dublin, assignee of estates of said John Wilkinson, an insolvent debtor (3rd part), Henry Shortt of Ballinamona and John Shortt of Lisheen, Co Tipp, executors of the will of the late Richard Shortt (4th part), and Jonathan David Clarke of Dublin, barrister (5th part). Refers to deed dated 5/2/1818 by John Wilkinson to Richard Shortt and will of Richard Shortt deceased making his brothers Henry Shortt and John Shortt his executors, will proved 23/2/1819. Lands of Teerhagar called Woodfield in Parish of Lea in Barony of Portnahinch, Queen's Co.
- ↑ https://www.townlands.ie/tipperary/lower-ormond/aglishcloghane/lisheen/.
- ↑ http://downsurvey.tcd.ie/down-survey-maps.php#bm=Lower+Ormond&c=Tipperary.
- ↑ Registry of Deeds 773 107 523842 dated 5/5/1822.
- ↑ Registry of Deeds 804 456 542791 dated 7/7/1825.
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