Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Jackson (Tincurry)

In his will dated 20 February 1800 Joseph Jackson of Tincurry, county Tipperary, refers to his lands at Tincurry, Scartagh, Whitechurch, Poulekillane, Coolmoyne and Ballyvaden, county Tipperary. The latter two townlands were demised to his wife by his brother-in-law, John Fennell. He mentions his father, James Jackson, his sons Thomas, Abraham and Joseph and his daughters Elizabeth, Mary and Hannah. Mary, only daughter of Joseph Jackson of Brookfield, Tincurry, married William Pigott of Dellbrook, county Dublin in 1841. Their son was William Jackson Pigott of Tincurry, county Tipperary and of Manor House, Dundrum, county Down. The Jackson family were Quakers.

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Millgrove House Tincurry Whitechurch Clogheen Tubbrid 68 Iffa and Offa West Tipperary OSI Ref: S004 220
OS Sheet: 81
Discovery map: 74
Tincurry House Tincurry Whitechurch Clogheen Tubbrid 68 Iffa and Offa West Tipperary OSI Ref: S007 223
OS Sheet: 81
Discovery map: 74

Archival sources

  • Documents relating to property of the Fennell family in Co. Tipperary, with references to the families of Jackson, Ryall, Palliser and Gough, 1764 - 1843. D.17,138-17,177; T. 7097-7098 ; National Archives of Ireland
  • Archer/Austen/Fennell Collection includes copy will of Joseph Jackson of Tencurry, 20 Feb 1800. 99/62/9; National Archives of Ireland

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Modern printed sources