- William Goggin of Mary Street, Limerick, printer and bookseller, married as his second wife, Susanna eldest daughter of John Morgan of Dunmoylan and his wife Mary Hodges. He died in 1808. [His sons] George Morgan Goggin and Edward Hodges Goggin of Green Park, county Limerick, held 3 townlands in the parish of Kilfergus, barony of Shanid, county Limerick, at the time of the first Ordnance Survey and of Griffith's Valuation. Christiana Taylor is included with them in Griffith's Valuation. In June 1852 her interest in 1,400 acres in the parishes of Kilfergus and Abington, county Limerick, was advertised for sale. In the 1870s William A Goggin, of Eastwood, Glin owned 952 acres and William B. Goggin of Burtonhill, Limerick owned 932 acres in the county. A divided moiety of 950 acres in the barony of Shanid, county Limerick, the estate of William and George Goggin, was advertised for sale in November 1884.
- Christiana Taylor held an estate in the parishes of Kilfergus, barony of Shanid and Abington, barony of Owneybeg, county Limerick in the mid 19th century. At the time of Griffith's Valuation she is recorded as holding land in association with Edmund [Edward] Hodges Goggin and George Morgan Goggin in the parishes of Kilfergus and Abington. In June 1852 her estate of 1,400 acres was advertised for sale. The Freeman's Journal reported in December 1852 that the purchaser was Henry Hutton. The representatives of a Mrs G.W. Taylor also held land in the parish of Abington at this time. The immediate lessor of Burtonhill close to Limerick city was a Mrs Taylor, the house was occupied by Edward Hodges Goggin.