18th century documents in the National Archives refer to the lands of Lisfuncheon, Rosclevan and Farrancleary, in the barony of Iffa and Offa, county Tipperary, belonging to the Yeamans family. These documents record Lord Lismore's offer to buy Lisfuntion in 1814 and the will of Edmond Yeamans of Lisfuntion, 1734. Lisfunshion was in the parish of Templetenny, barony of Iffa and Offa West. In 1653 John Walcott of Croagh, county Limerick married Mary daughter of John Yeamans of Lisfunshion, county Tipperary. The Yeamans were also associated with property in Cork city.
No houses were found for this estate
- Collection of miscellaneous items from the British Records Association, contains papers re property in Cos Cork Limerick & Tipperary including references to Yeamans, Walcott & Earl of Kingston,18th & 19th centuries. Small Accs Index 101, D.18677-18723, M.2375-2386, T.7319-7320 ; National Archives of Ireland
- Detailed abstracts of wills of Yeamans of Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, of Limerick City and of Lisfuntion, Co. Tipperary, 1743 -- 1775. Genealogical Office: Ms.139, pp.54-5 ; National Library of Ireland