- In 1783 Simon Lowe of Cork and Galbally, county Limerick, married as his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Blackmore, and they had two sons, John of Kilshane, county Tipperary and Peter of Lowtown, county Limerick. John married Anne, daughter of Thomas Wise of Cork and their son, Simon Lowe, held an estate mainly in the parish of Kilshane but also in the parishes of Bruis, Corroge and Lattin, barony of Clanwilliam, in the mid 19th century. Simon Low was succeeded by his brother Francis Low who owned almost 5,000 acres in county Tipperary in the 1870s as well as 182 acres in county Cork. He had also purchased the Warren estate at Sillahertane, barony of Glanarought, county Kerry, circa 1876.
- In the late 18th century the Lowe family had connections with counties Limerick, Cork and Tipperary. Simon Low of Galbally, county Limerick, by his second wife Elizabeth Blackmore, had two sons, John, ancestor of the Lows of Kilshane, county Tipperary and Sillahertane, county Kerry and Peter, ancestor of the Lows of Lowtown and Sunville, county Limerick. Peter married Louisa, daughter of Sir Richard Butler, baronet, of county Carlow. Their son John resided at Sunvale and married Sophia Georgina Mahon of Mount Pleasant, county Mayo and they had two sons and two daughters. At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Low held an estate in the parishes of Athneasy, Ballingarry, Galbally, Knocklong and Particles, barony of Coshlea and Doon, barony of Coonagh, county Limerick. By the 1870s their second son Lieutenant Colonel John Maxwell Low of Sunville, Kilfinane, owned 3,204 acres in county Limerick and 132 acres in county Cork.