- In the 1870s Arthur F. C. Tollemache with an address Ham House, Petersham, owned 2,124 acres in county Tipperary. Arthur Frederick Churchill Tollemache was a great grandson of Louisa Countess of Dysart and a nephew of Lionel William 7th Earl of Dysart. In 1857 he married Emily daughter of Major General Sir Jeremiah Bryant and died in 1874. Arthur and Emily had a son also named Arthur Frederick Churchill, born 1860. Griffith's Valuation does not record any Tollemache in county Tipperary but the 1906 return records Arthur F.C. Tollemache at Lorrha, previously part of the Toone estate.
- Francis Hastings Toone, was the son of Sweeney Toone, an East India Company director. In 1819 Maria, eldest daughter of Sweeney Toone of Keston Lodge, Kent, married Lionel William John Tollemache, 7th Earl of Dysart. According to a newly published book by Simon Gooch Francis H. Toone retired from Canton, China, in the 1840s and went to live at Keston Lodge. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Francis H. Toone held 4 townlands in the parish of Lorrha, barony of Lower Ormond, county Tipperary and one townland in the parish of Templebodan, barony of Barrymore, county Cork. In the 1870s Francis H. Toon owned 580 acres in county Cork.