You probably have Griffith Valuation as you have information on Carrick-on-Suir which is the Poor Law Union for Parish Grangemockler, South Tipperary. www.askaboutireland.ie
3 occupants 2 x Patrick 2 x James
Patrick Dwyer there are 49 in North Tipperary and 90 in South Tipperary. The Dwyers probably then came from South Tipperary
as did the Cooney's.
There are no Patrick Dwyer's in 1850 S. Tipperary in Parish of Grangemockler. There are however, 2 Patrick Dwyers occupying land in the Parish of Carrick, in the Poor Law Union of Carrick-on-Suir. I believe the 2 properties are 2
Patrick's, you can only live in one house!
Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks (in town)
Poor Law Union Carrick-on-suir, tenant of William Dalton
#2 New-Lane a house only
Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks, PLU same
tenant of Henry Briscoe, Esquire
#13 house, outbuildings and yard
If this was 1 person it would likely been extra land or in this case a yard, but if it second property had a house it
would be listed as vacant or have a tenant
If Patrick married it would likely be in the PLU of Carrick-on-Suir as it would contain an area of 12 mi. even if not in same parish. The Union Town would have parish, towns,villages and townlands with the Union.
Patrick Dwyer, Carrick-on-suir, New Lane Butcher
Jeremiah Dwyer,same, butcher Lough St.
Patrick Dwyer, Clonmel, public house, Irish Town
1881: LAWrence Dwyer, School Master,Poor Law Union school,Tipperary Town
Joseph Dwyer, Esquire, Mount Bruce
Rev. John Cooney P.P. Bansha, Tipperary
LAUrence Dwyer, Carpenter, Donohill Parish (3/4 mi. N. of Tipperary town)
There are still close to 100 Dwyer's in the Tipperary telephone book. Cooney's 59 and definitely 14 listed with addresses in Carrick-on-suir.