The marriage settlement of Elizabeth Day and Sir Edward Denny, found in a memorial (copy) in the Registry of Deeds, Dublin, shows just how big a slice of the Denny estate and Denny power passed to the trustees of the marriage settlement.
The date of the settlement is 26 May 1795. The original trustees were Robert Day, father of the bride and the judge of the Co. Dublin court at Kilmainham, Stephen Edward Rice, his cousin of Mount Trenchard, and Lieut. Henry Denny, next brother of the groom. In effect the power would be wielded by Day and Rice.
“… all that and those the Castle, Town, lands and Manors of Tralee, otherwise Denny valley and Castlemore, together with their subdenominations and appurtenances, and also the towns and lands of Kerries, Tonavand … Liscahand … Kilballylahiffe … Cappaclogh … Taulaught … Barrow and Abbey House … Kilfenora … Castlecountess … together with all and singular the Courts Leet, Courts Baron and all Franchises, Royalties, Advowsons and presentations to Ecclesiastical livings and all other premises and appurtenances to the Estate belonging or in any wise appertaining …
Registry of Deeds, volume 476, page 307, number 314599.