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The towpath along the canal was upgraded and is now used by people as an enjoyable amenity as part of the Dingle Way.Tralee saw much violence during the Irish War of Independence and Irish Civil War in 1919–1923.The House of Commons authorised an Act of Parliament in June 1829 for the canal, with work beginning in 1832.Issues with funding meant that the canal was not completed until 1846 when it was opened.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.Denny Street, a wide Georgian street, was completed in 1826 on the site of the old castle.The town is on the northern side of the neck of the Dingle Peninsula, and is the largest town in County Kerry.
The latter held many land titles in West Kerry and also claimed property in Tralee.Sir Edward's son was Arthur Denny, in whose lifetime the town's charter was granted by King James, containing the right to elect two members of parliament. He died in 1646, before the triumph of Oliver Cromwell over affairs in England and Ireland.The third English settler, another Sir Edward, married Ruth Roper, whose father Thomas Roper was the lease holder of the Herbert estate centred on Castleisland. He granted "the circuit of the Abbey" to the corporation set up under the charter, in return for the fees of the town clerk.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.