A Tipperary Landed Estate: Castle Otway, Templederry 1750-1853
Recent academic research has questioned the validity of the stereotype of the landlord˝tenant relationship. This study, in light of the research, focuses on one Tipperary estate; Castle Otway, Templederry.
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Abraham Harrington acres agent annual rent arrears attendance Borrisoleigh Castle Otway Castle Otway community Catholic cent Charles MacDaniel church civil parishes Civil Survey Cloghonan Cooke Otway Coolicarra Cooneyites cottiers County Tipperary CSORP Curreeny Dublin economic eighteenth-century estate records Etienne Rynne evicted famine Field Books freeholders gentry Glanaguile Gortnagoona Gortnaskehy Hanley Henry Otway Irish Folklore Commission James John Otway John Ryan Kennedy Kenyon Knockfune labourers land landlord and tenant Latteragh Lease between Thomas Ledger of accounts Leicester linen Lissenhall McLoughney Michael middlemen national school neighbours Nenagh Guardian newspaper nineteenth-century north Tipperary Otway and John Otway estate Otway estate community Otway estate papers Otway family parish of Templederry period population Pre-famine priest Primary Valuation Rent rolls 1806 rental income Robert Otway Cave Ryan of Garryglass Ryan's social society spalpeens steward sublet Templederry tenant farmers tenantry Thomas Otway Thomas Ryan Tipperary Vindicator Toomevara townlands Upper Ormond wider