Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Ryder (Ballinterry)

The Reverend Thomas Ryder, rector of Kilfinan and Darragh, county Limerick, married Martha Badham of Rockfield, county Cork and one of their grandsons John Ryder married Margaret daughter of the Reverend Joshua Browne of Castlelyons House. John died in 1820. His eldest son was the Reverend Joshua Ryder of Castlelyons House who married Lucinda daughter of Michael Wood of Cork. His youngest son the Reverend William married the daughter of the Reverend William Ross of Ballinterry Glebe. The Reverend William Ryder held a townland in the parish of Castlelyons, barony of Barrymore, county Cork, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In the 1870s Miss Isabella D. Ryder of Ballinterry owned 599 acres in county Cork. This property passed to the Wood family. In 1906 the representatives of Andrew Wood Ryder occupied a mansion house valued at £30 in the townland of Kill St Anne South in the electoral division of Castlelyons.

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Ballinterry Ballinterry Gortroe Fermoy Gortroe 148 Kinnatalloon Cork OSI Ref: W820 904
OS Sheet: 44
Discovery map: 80
Castlelyons House Kill St Anne South Castlelyons Fermoy Castlelyons 138 Fermoy Cork OSI Ref: W839 931
OS Sheet: 45
Discovery map: 81