Just a quick note to let you know that the spelling of Gleason and Gleeson have been used interchangeably in the past. I have been looking for my own Gleeson/ Gleason ancestors and have come across this frequently. Also for people to note the name Johanna is also called Judy, Julia & Judith. My 2 gr Grandmother was Judith Gleason but I have found records of her referred to as Judy, Johanna and Julia! Also for those of you looking for relatives in Ireland, there is anexcellent search database that you can narrow down searches to parish level before you have to decide whether you want to pay for the info or not . I am not sure if I can post the name here or not.There are geneology centres located in all counties which are publicly funded but do charge a fee for searches. With reference to the poster who was looking for info on the Gleesons from Carrigal Burgess Nenagh, there are Gleasons listed in the tithe applotment lists 1825 and in Griffiths Valuation 1850. An index is available on line for the tithe applotment records and you can search Griffiths Valuation free of charge on line.
Also in the parish records there are listing for Gleasons from Carrigal. Gleason/ Gleeson is an extremely common name in North Tipp particularly in the Silvermines area( where I think some of my Gleesons came from) as are the firstnames , Catherine, Sarah, Mary, John, Patrick, William as sons and daughters tended to call their children after their parents.Hope this is of help