Joyce, merchant of Galway. He was agent to his sister's father in law, Edmund Blake. Related? Landowners in Co. Galway, circa 1870s # 18. John Joyce, address Clifden, owned 5,365 acres. # 19. John Joyce, address Cullaghmore, Leenane, owned 216 acres. # 20. Martin B. Joyce, address Rusheen, Cloonbur, owned 6,059 acres. # 21. Mary Joyce address Clifden, owned 4 acres. # 22. Michael Joyce, same address, owned 14 acres. # 23. Pierce Joyce, address Merview, Galway, owned 3,743 acres. # 24. Thomas Joyce, address Cullaghmore, Leenane, owned 747 acres. # 25. Thomas A. Joyce, address Rahasane, Craughwell, owned 679 acres. # 26. Timothy Joyce, address Palmerston, Portumna, owned 27 acres. # 27. Tobias Joyce, address Cullaghmore, Leenane, owned 216 acres. # 28. Walter Joyce, address Corgary House, Castleblakeney, owned 1,776 acres. # 29. William Joyce, address Blakehill, Cloonbur, owned 177 acres. Related to? : THE TUAM HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909 TUAM, CO GALWAY DIED O'NIELL POWER - May 13, 1909, at Ryehill, Co Galway, Helen, dearly beloved wife of Bernard O'Neill Power, and daughter of the late Pierce Joyce, D.L., of Mervue. PITHY PARS. - Personal, Parochial Provincial and Particular We deeply regret to record the death at Ryehill on Wednesday last of Helen, the beloved wife of Bernard O'Neill Power, Esq. our respected and popular neighbour. Deceased was a daughter of the late Pierce Joyce, Esq, D.L., of Mervue, in this county, one of the oldest and most esteemed Catholic families who held high place in the esteem of the people as well as in their own class. Mrs. Power was greatly liked by all who knew her, and her lamented death brings deserved sadness and mourning not only to her own immediate circle but to many families in the county. The funeral on Saturday was private.