In 1849, John Hayde joined the Royal Irish Constabulary. In the enlistment papers he was recorded as being born in 1830 in Tipperary South, he was a carpenter by trade and was 5 foot 8 1/8th inches tall.
He served for 30 years and was pensioned in 1879.
He raised his family in Naas, Kildare and descendants ran various shops in Naas in the late 1800s and 1900s.
Descendants are in Dublin, England and various other parts of Ireland.
I have not found his birth in any Tipperary South parish records so I have not been able to link John to any other families. The nearest possibility is a John Hayde b 1826 in Fethard parish.
In addition, the DNA of a descendant does not match that of any other families so I cannot ascertain linkages to any other families. More DNA testing may provide some clues.
John and his early descendants are shown in the tree below: