HC Deb 01 December 1908 vol 197 c1274

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether he is aware that Mrs. Ellen Egan, now residing at Newbawn, Wexford, was evicted from her farm of sixty acres on the Leigh estate, Rose-garland, in 1888; whether all the particulars are in the hands of the Estates Commissioners; and if they will take any action to bring about a settlement between her and those in occupation, who would be likely to give up the land for a small sum of money.


Mrs. Egan's application was not received within the time specified in the Evicted Tenants Act, but will be inquired into when the Leigh Estate is being dealt with under the Irish Land Act, 1903.