Bellananagh Town

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NameBallinagh
Irish NameBéal Átha na nEach
Logainm ID4485
CountyCavan
BaronyClanmahon
ParishKilmore
Typetown

Ballinagh Town map
Ballinagh Town 1909

CensusPopulationHouses
1821900148
1831702118
1841836153
1851681127
1861607107
1871630120
1881501123
189141089
190132679
191129871

Lewis 1837

BALLINAGH, a market-town, partly in the parish of BALLINTEMPLE, but chiefly in that of KILMORE, barony of CLONMAHON, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 4 miles (S. W.) from Cavan, on the road to Granard; containing 702 inhabitants. This town was entirely destroyed by fire in a disturbance which took place in 1794; it consists at present of two streets crossing each other at right angles, and in 1831 contained 135 houses, the greater part of which are thatched, and of which three only are in the parish of Ballintemple. The market is on Saturday, and is held in a neat plain market-house. Fairs are held on March 31st, June 6th, Angust 5th, Oct. 3rd, and Dec. 21st. This is a station of the constabulary police; and petty sessions are held every alternate Wednesday. There is a R. C. chapel; also a good slated school-house, containing on the ground floor a school-room for boys, and on the upper story, one for girls.—See KILMORE.


Census of 1821

 

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

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Name Books of 1836

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Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

 

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