Ballyconnell Town

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NameBallyconnell
Irish NameBéal Átha Conaill
Logainm ID3878
CountyCavan
BaronyTullyhaw
ParishTomregan
Typetown

Ballyconnell Town map
Ballyconnell Town 1909

CensusPopulationHouses
182135762
183145372
184138775
185150385
186137485
187142994
188142092
189129176
190132681
191137885

Lewis 1837

BALLYCONNELL, a market and post-town, in the parish of TOMREGAN, barony of TULLAGHAGH, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 12½ miles (N, W. by W.) from Cavan, and 68 miles (N. W. by W.) from Dublin; containing 453 inhabitants. This place had its origin in the English settlement in the time of Jas. I., when Capt. Culme and Walter Talbot received 1500 acres, on which, at the time of Pynnar’s survey in 1619, was a strong bawn 100 feet square and 12 feet high, with two flanking towers and a strong castle, three stories high, the whole occupying a site well adapted for the defence of the surrounding country. The town is situated on the road from Belturbet to Swanlinbar, and consists of two streets, together containing about 80 houses. The market is on Friday, and is well supplied with corn and provisions; and fairs are held on Jan. 3rd, Feb. 13th, March 17th, April 18th, May 16th, June 24th, July 29th, Aug. 29th, Sept. 26th, Oct. 25th, and Dec. 3rd, chiefly for cattle, pigs, and corn. It is a constabulary police station; the Easter and October sessions for the county are held here, and petty sessions every alternate Monday. The court-house is a handsome stone building; and attached to it is a bridewell containing three cells, with separate day-rooms and airingyards for male and female prisoners. Here is the parish church, which has been lately repaired by a grant of £106 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. A schoolhouse has been built at an expense of £227, defrayed partly by the incumbent, partly by the proprietor of the Ballyconnell estate, and partly by Government. Ballyconnell House, the residence of J. Enery, Esq., is beautifully situated in a fine demesne on the Woodford river, which winds through the extensive and well-wooded grounds in its course to Lake Annagh and Lough Erne, the house was erected in 1764, by the late G. Montgomery, Esq., on the site of the castle of Ballyconnell, which was entirely destroyed by an accidental fire. There is a chalybeate spring in the demesne.


Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear
BallyconnellDooneMcdoolLuke1827
BallyconnellDooneHanna1827
BallyconnellDooneAbercromyJohnston1827
BallyconnellDooneMccormickNancy1827
BallyconnellDooneWhitelyDs1827
BallyconnellDooneSmyth1827
BallyconnellDooneAdbert1827
BallyconnellDooneWattThos1827
BallyconnellDooneMooreDavid1827
BallyconnellDooneMcdool1827
BallyconnellDooneBaster1827
BallyconnellDooneLeaton1827
BallyconnellDooneMcgomerey1827
BallyconnellDooneObrien1827
BallyconnellDoonePlunket1827
BallyconnellDooneThompson1827
BallyconnellDooneKernanSmyth1827
BallyconnellDooneMullin1827
BallyconnellDooneHiggins1827
BallyconnellDooneClerkAnally1827
BallyconnellDooneObrienTimins1827
BallyconnellDooneMimse1827
BallyconnellDooneSturdyFlanagan1827
BallyconnellDooneBenisonJoe1827
BallyconnellDooneMcdoolAlexdr1827
BallyconnellDooneFarisJohn1827
BallyconnellDooneRofterGrimes1827
BallyconnellDooneBenisonBedel1827
BallyconnellDooneVanceWilson1827
BallyconnellDooneCoheranThos1827
BallyconnellDooneGregoryJames1827
BallyconnellDooneMooreBrady1827
BallyconnellDooneGalaugher1827
BallyconnellDooneStory1827
BallyconnellDooneHyland1827
BallyconnellDooneBrady1827
BallyconnellDooneMcguire1827
BallyconnellDooneHylandLeonard Flood1827
BallyconnellDooneGrimesChristy1827
BallyconnellDooneHylandGibson1827
BallyconnellDooneMcbrienDan1827
BallyconnellDooneMahonWatt1827
BallyconnellDooneMcguiresJames1827
BallyconnellDooneGibson1827
BallyconnellDooneHealy1827
BallyconnellDooneAdbertJohns1827
BallyconnellDooneGreen1827
TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear

Name Books of 1836

No records found


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
BallyconnellAlbertThomas
BallyconnellAnnesleyEarl
BallyconnellArmstrongJane
BallyconnellBaxterJames
BallyconnellBradyBernard
BallyconnellBradyPatrick
BallyconnellClarkeMary
BallyconnellCochraneThomas
BallyconnellDonohoeTerence
BallyconnellDrumMary
BallyconnellFarisJohn
BallyconnellFarisJohn
BallyconnellFinlayArthur
BallyconnellFitzpatrickPatrick
BallyconnellFloodWilliam
BallyconnellGaffneyBartholomew
BallyconnellGallaherJohn
BallyconnellGallaherEllen
BallyconnellGeraghtyJohn
BallyconnellGibsonJane
BallyconnellGillonJames
BallyconnellGriffithRobert
BallyconnellHannaLucy
BallyconnellHarperEdward
BallyconnellHarperWilliam
BallyconnellHigginsMichael
BallyconnellHodginsJohn
BallyconnellKanePatrick
BallyconnellKeaneJohn
BallyconnellKeaneMary
BallyconnellKellsJames
BallyconnellKellsRobert
BallyconnellKellyMary
BallyconnellLatimerJohn
BallyconnellLeonardAnne
BallyconnellLloydMary
BallyconnellMaguireAndrew
BallyconnellMaguireEllen
BallyconnellMailiffMary
BallyconnellMc BrienOwen
BallyconnellMc CabeEdward
BallyconnellMc CabePatrick
BallyconnellMc CaffreyEdward
BallyconnellMc GinnPatrick
BallyconnellMc GovernHugh
BallyconnellMc KiernanFergus
BallyconnellMc KiernanJohn
BallyconnellMc KiernanPatrick
BallyconnellMc KiernanThomas
BallyconnellMc KindryJohn
BallyconnellMc MahonBernard
BallyconnellMc MahonLuke
BallyconnellMc NallyJohn
BallyconnellMontgomeryRalph
BallyconnellMurphyPatrick
BallyconnellNetterfieldMoses
BallyconnellOffices???
BallyconnellReillyJohn
BallyconnellReillyMary
BallyconnellReillyPeter
BallyconnellReillyPhilip
BallyconnellReillyRose
BallyconnellSeatonJames
BallyconnellSeatonEdward
BallyconnellShannonJohn
BallyconnellSmithWilliam
BallyconnellVanceMary
BallyconnellVanceThomas
BallyconnellWintersJohn
BallyconnellWynneBernard
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