- In the mid 1770s the estate of Gamaliel Magrath of Redmondstown was worth £1,500. He was married to the daughter of Windham Quin of Adare, county Limerick (Kilboy Papers). In the mid 19th century William Quinn held an estate in the parishes of Ardfinnan, Caher, Derrygrath and Rochestown, barony of Iffa and Offa West, county Tipperary. He married Ellen, daughter of Brook Brazier of Mitchell's Fort, county Tipperary, and died in 1869. The fee farm rent of £336, the estate of William Quinn, due from lands in the barony of Slievardagh amounting to 2,383 acres, was advertised for sale in May 1871. These lands were leased to the representatives of Rebecca Hartford by fee farm grant dated 23 December 1852. In the 1870s William Quinn of Loughloher Castle owned 2,581 acres in county Tipperary.
- At the time of Griffith’s Valuation, the representatives of Mrs Rebecca Hartford held a considerable estate in the barony of Slievardagh, county Tipperary, mainly in the parishes of Garrangibbon and Templemichael, close to the border with county Kilkenny. Details of the estate are documented in the sale rental of 15 November 1855 when the estate of Rebecca Hartford, amounting to 4,118 acres in the barony of Slievardagh and premises in Carrick-on-Suir, was put up for sale. A sale rental relating to a fee farm rent out of lands in the barony of Slievardagh, held by the representatives of Rebecca Hartford from William Quin was offered for sale in May 1871. The interest of various persons in South Lodge and Kilderriheen, county Waterford was advertised for sale in March 1860, Rebecca Hartford, petitioner. The Hartfords appear to be a county Kilkenny family. Property at Shortall's Graigue, barony of Crannagh, county Kilkenny, the estate of Frederick Augustus Hartford was sold in the Encumbered Estates Court (see ''The Irish Jurist'' 1855). In 1884 Rebecca Sarah Hartford, daughter of Captain Augustus Hartford of Rose Court, Portarlington, married Neptune Fitzgerald Blood (Ballykilty, county Clare) in South Africa. The Hartfords were living at Wellington Lodge, Templemore, county Tipperary in 1844 when Rebecca was born.