Update: An Antique Map
An antique map of Kyleballynamoe shows its Shortall owners at the middle of the seventeenth century. Trinity College Dublin has just posted online an extraordinary set of maps made to assist in the transfer of properties from Catholic landowners to English adventurers. The Down Survey mapped the area of each townland in Ireland. The map for Kyleballynamoe can be seen at http://downsurvey.tcd.ie/down-survey-maps.php#bm=Cranagh&c=Kilkenny&indexOfObjectValue=-1&indexOfObjectValueSubstring=-1&p=Tubrid+Kilcooly+and+Borlick.
Note that north is in the lower left corner of the map, turning the view nearly upside-down from normal. No. 56 is “Killobeallenemoe,” belonging to Tho. Shortall Jr. papt [papist] ppr. The land, 369:0:0 acres, is described as Heathy and Shrubby pasture. It is adjacent to No. 48, Tuberid, of Robt Shortall Jr. papt ppr, 560:0:0 & Arr. of “Shrubby & Course Heathy Pasture.” The size of Tuberid seems to correspond more to later maps of Kyleballynamoe. Both townlands feature an icon in the middle of a castle.
 “The Down Survey of Ireland,” Trinity College Dublin (http://downsurvey.tcd.ie/index.html : accessed 15 May 2013), “Down Survey Maps,” select County Kilkenny, Cranagh Barony, Tubrid Parish.