- In the 1870s Jeremiah Shine of Ballymacreese, county Limerick, owned 699 acres in county Clare and 79 acres in county Limerick. James Hickman Shine owned over 300 acres of untenated land at Ballycannon in the rural district of Limerick, county Clare in 1906.
- The Honans of Cork city were descended from the Honans of Limerick city. In the early 20th century Matthew, Robert and Isabella Honan left large sums of money for charitable purposes which included the funding of scholarships at University College, Cork, the founding of the Honan Hostel and the building of the Honan Chapel. Willliam Honan held some land in the Mallow locality of county Cork in the mid 19th century. In the 1870s Sir William T. Honan, no address given, owned 677 acres in county Cork. Frederick Honan of Cork, born 1788, was the second son of Mathew Honan of Limerick and his wife Bridget Burke of Curraghnebonly, county Tipperary and was buried at Glanmire, county Cork, in 1855. His son Robert Burke Honan of Liverpool married Mary Anne Shine of Collyhenan, a granddaughter of Mathew Honan of Limerick.