- The Gun (sometimes spelt Gunn) family were descended from Reverend William Gun, of Limerick, but were established in north Kerry, according to Smith, during the reign of Charles I. Wilson Gun was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Killury and Rattoo, barony of Clanmaurice, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He owned 11,000 acres in county Kerry in the 1870s. The representatives of John L. Gun held several townlands in the parish of Killehenny, barony of Iraghticonnor. In 1867, these lands were offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court. George Cashel, of Shallee, Silvermines, county Tipperary, was leasing over 250 acres from the Gun estate in the parish of Rattoo, county Kerry at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In 1868 he offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court, property in the baronies of Iraghticonnor and Clanmaurice, county Kerry, as well as lands in the barony of Owney and Arra, county Tipperary.
An offer was made by the Congested Districts Board on over 400 acres of the Gun & Crosbie estate in 1914.
- Sir Robert Paul was the proprietor of over 800 acres in the parish of Listowel, county Kerry in the 1870s. He acquired this property though his grandmother, Sarah Gun, daughter of William Gun of Kilmaney. The bulk of the Paul estate was in county Carlow where they had an estate at Paulville, near Tullow. In the 1870s Sir Robert Joshua Paul with addresses at Ballyglan, Waterford; Paulville, county Carlow and in county Wicklow and Dublin, owned 1401 acres in county Carlow, 708 acres in county Kerry and 243 acres in county Waterford. In addition, the representatives of Sir Robert's mother, Mrs. Maryann Paul owned over 200 acres in the latter county.