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Elizabeth I in 1587 granted Tralee to Edward Denny and it was recognised in 1613 by Royal Charter.
Sir Edward was the first of the Dennys to settle in Tralee; the Dennys did not occupy the castle of the Earls of Desmond until 1627.
Tralee Courthouse was designed by Sir Richard Morrison and built in 1835.
It has a monument of two cannons commemorating those Kerrymen who died in the Crimean War (1854–56) and the Indian Rebellion (1857).
Sir Edward Denny, 4th Baronet was a notable landlord in his day: during the time of the Great Famine, he maintained rents to suit his tenants, when other landowners increased them. The modern layout of Tralee was created in the 19th century.
, meaning "strand of the Lee (river)") is the county town of County Kerry in the south-west of Ireland.
The canal was 2 miles long with a new canal basin built in Tralee, and lock gates and a wooden swing bridge constructed in Blennerville.
However, not long after the canal opened, it too began to suffer from silting.
Ballymullen Barracks was the depot of the Royal Munster Fusiliers.
The Tralee Ship Canal was built to accommodate larger ships sailing into Tralee, as the existing quay in Blennerville was becoming blocked due to silting.