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St. Johnstown Castle, Tipperary, Ireland Memorial

shows the heraldry of a Knight's Templar (6-escallop) and de Lucy (3 pike)

Property/House name: St Johnstown
Description: St Johnstown originally belonged to Matthew Jacob, whose only daughter and heir married Richard Pennefather of New Park in 1782. Wilson refers to it as the seat of Mr. Jacob in 1786 but their second son Matthew J. Pennefather was resident at St Johnstown in 1814. In 1837 Lewis records St Johnstown Castle as "consisting of a high square tower in good preservation, [it] is the property of James Millet Esq who has a modern house in its immediate vicinity". The buildings were valued at £31+ in the early 1850s, James Millet was still the occupier holding the property from Stephen C. Moore. Buildings are still extant at the site.
Townland: St Johnstown

Civil Parish: St Johnstown
Poor Law Union: Cashel
DED: Cooleagh 45
Barony: Middlethird
County: Tipperary
OS Sheet Number: 62
OSI Grid Reference: S230 411
Latitude / Longitude: 52.52087

Owner/SourceSuzanne St. John
File nameSt. Johnstown Castle Heraldry Memorial.png
File Size290.59k
Dimensions490 x 242
Linked toRobert St. John

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