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The baptism record of my Great Grandmother, Bridget Crowe, duaghter of Daniel and Catherine indicates that they were from Bransha. But as I have done research on the family, i have thought that their twonland is now named Breansha, But I have seen Bransha on maps of Tipperary. It appears to be a village like Emly not a townland. Have I been looking for my ancestors in the worng place?

KRNial9

Thursday 14th October 2021, 02:04AM

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  • Hi,

    The town of Bansha is on the road between Caher/Cahir and Tipperary Town on the National Road No. 24.

    There are two townlands in the area - Bansha East and Bansha West. Some maps show the name of the town in gaelic - Bhainseach.

    Bansha is recorded in he Barony of Clanwilliam and the Civil parish of Templeneiry.

    I have not found a place named "Bransha" in Grittith's Valuations.

     Do you have Bridget's birth year. Civil records for births in Ireland are from January 1st 1864. Church records can vary.

    You can search the following free sites for a record of Daniel Crowe - www.nationalarchives.ie - Tithe Records - 1823 - 1837 and www.askaboutireland.ie/Griffith's for property holdings - 1840-1860 - catholicparishregistertsnli.ie for church records.

    Regards

     

    McCoy

    Thursday 14th October 2021, 08:59AM
  • Hi,

    To add to the above, I find that a great source of information on townlands in Ireland is at this link: https://thecore.com/seanruad/. It is possible to do a search using part of a name or a full name.

    Best wishes, Kieran

    Kieran Jordan, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Thursday 14th October 2021, 09:08AM
  • Further information regarding Bridget Crowe. Subscription site www.rootsireland.ie has a record of a Bridget Crowe baptised in the parish of Emly on October 13th 1836. Father: Daniel Crowe and Mother: Catherine Humphries. Baptismal Sponsors: William Glasheen and Nora Crowe.

    There is also recorded to the same parents: Mary - baptised February 4th 1835 and Margaret -- baptised October 30th 1838. Baptismal Sponsors for Margaret are John Humphries and Ellen Heelan.

    Regards,

    McCoy

    Thursday 14th October 2021, 09:25AM
  • BREANSHA - Parish of Emly - Civil and Church - East of the village of Emly towards the village of Lattin on R515. The rail line Limerick to Waterford runs through the townland. It comprises of c158 acres.

    Credit: studies@tipperarycoco.ie

    Tithe Applotments records for Bransha (Breansha) attached.

    Regards,

    McCoy

    Thursday 14th October 2021, 10:57AM

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