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The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage dates this house from the early to mid 18th century and the Wayland family were resident at this time. Austin Cooper was living at Kilmore in 1837 and at the time of Griffith's Valuation Samuel Cooper was the occupier. He held Kilmore from the Earl of Normanstown and the buildings were valued at £16. This house is still occupied and part of a working farm.
|Kilmore Upper||Killmore||Cashel||Oughterleague 53||Kilnamanagh Lower||Tipperary||
R992 421 Discovery map #66. OS Sheet #60.
F. V. Wayland was resident at Ballywalter in 1837. Francis Wayland of Ballywalter was murdered in 1838 on his way to a fair. William Weyland was living at Ballywalter in the mid 19th century, when the house was held from William Cooper and valued at £12.5 shillings. The Waylands and Coopers were related. This 18th century house is still in use as a family residence.
|Ballywalter||Oughterleague||Cashel||Oughterleague 53||Kilnamanagh Lower||Tipperary||
R996 430 Discovery map #66. OS Sheet #60.
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