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Armstrong of Moyaliffe collection


Armstrong of Moyaliffe collection


A small collection of manuscript documents relating to the Armstrong of Moyaliffe, Co. Tipperary


A small collection of manuscript documents relating to the estate of Armstrongs of Moyaliffe, Co. Tipperary. 19th Century


Armstrongs of Moyaliffe


Landed estates collections at Tipperary Studies


Digitised by Tipperary Studies


19th Century


Moyaliffe, Co. Tipperary

Collection Items

Survey of Mealiffe (Moyaliffe) Demesne, Co Tipperary 1844
Manuscript document, a copy of John Blakes survey of part of Mealiffe Demesne in 1844. Plantation measure. Copy taken 1861. Mealiffe, Co. Tipperary

Mealiffe lea ground for tillage. Glass house field. 1860
A list of lots for tillage in Glass House field, prepared by Patrick Boland for George D. Armstrong Esq. (Mealiffe) Moyaliffe. 1860

Receipt  31 Dec 1765
A receipt by order of John Purcel 31 December 1765. Signed by Peter White

Meadow at Mealiffe 1862
Manuscript bill from Thomas Begh & Co. for mowing at Mealiffe. 1862

Moyaliffe labour account 10 April  1863
Manuscript Moyaliffe labour account for workers. Listing labourers on the estate. 10 April 1865

Patrick Boland survey of Mealiffe 1860
Manuscript survey of Mealiffe (Moyaliffe) estate by Patrick Boland for George D. Armstrong Esq. 1860

Quarry and grove survey 1862
Quarry and grove survey of Mealiffe (Moyaliffe) taken by John Connolly 1862

Warning letter to William Armstrong. 1830s
Warning letter to William Armstrong of a planned attack on Moyaliffe. Rev William Armstrong was chancellor of Cashel and died in 1839. This probably relates to the tithe wars in the 1830s
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