Crosserlough Parish

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NameCrosserlough
Irish NameCill Droim Feartáin
Logainm ID373
CountyCavan
BaronyLoughtee Upper
ParishCrosserlough
Typecivil parish

Lewis 1837

KILDRUMFERTON, or CROSSERLOUGH, a parish, partly in the baronies of UPPER LOUGHTEE and CLONMAHON, but chiefly in that of CASTLERAHAN, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 9 miles (N. W.) from Oldcastle, on the road from Killesandra to Ballinagh; containing 9687 inhabitants. It comprises, according to the Ordnance survey, 16,436¾ statute acres (including 207½ under water), of which 11,729¾ are in Castlerahan, 4445½ in Clonmahon, and the remainder in Upper Loughtee, and of which 15,535 are applotted under the tithe act; about two-thirds are arable, one-third pasture, and the remainder woodland and bog. Fairs for live stock are held here on June 29th and Aug. 26th. The principal seats are Kilnacrot, the residence of Pierce Morton, Esq., and Kilmainham, of A. Bell, Esq. The living is a vicarage, in the diocese of Kilmore, and in the patronage of the Bishop; the rectory is impropriate in the representatives of Richard Earl of Westmeath, and the tithes amount to £672, of which £272 is payable to the impropriators and £400 to the vicar. In 1831, four townlands were separated from this parish to form part of the perpetual curacy of Ballyjamesduff, to the incumbent of which the vicar of Kildrumferton pays an annual stipend of £20. The church is a very neat structure, rebuilt in 1812, for which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £550, and recently repaired by aid of a grant of £114 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. The glebe- house was built by aid of a gift of £100 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1810: the glebe comprises 420 acres. The R. C. parish is co-extensive with that of the Established Church, but is commonly called Crosserlough; there is a large and well-built chapel at Drumkeely, and the chapel at Crosserlough has lately been rebuilt. About 400 children are educated in four public schools, one of which is supported by Lord Farnham, and about 560 in seven private schools.

Commonwealth Survey of 1652

The Commonwealth Survey of 1652

The survey as transcribed by William Mooney in 1835 covers the entire of County Cavan and is listed in order of barony. It appears to be a unique document, and ...
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TownlandTownland Name 1836CWS Proprietor Name
AghaconnyAghochonnyWm Cooper & Wm Steevens?
AghagegnaAghonegaiggnowHenry Hecklfields
AghakeeAghocheeHenry Hecklfields
AghaweeAghoweehLt Richard Lewis
Carrickabane
CarrickacroyCarrickruoyaChurch Land
CashelCashellGeo Atkinson & Others
ClareClareJohn Dallyn
Clareboy
ClonmultCloonmuiltWm Steevens
CoolkillCoolsheltyCaptain Aglett
CorbeaghCorbehaghHenry Hecklfields
Corduff
CorglassCorglasseEdward Griffyn
Corglass or Rassan
CorlateerinCorlattayereenCaptain Aglett
CorlisleaCorlissalyahGeorge Atkinson in Dueterm/Gleabland
CreenowCreenowOliver Steevens & others
CrosserloughCrosserloghChurch Land
Cullow
CurraghabreedinCurraghbreedeenMr Durbank?
Derrin LowerDireenJohn Crozier
Derrin UpperDireenyCaptain Coach
Derry
DerrylahanDerelahenCaptain Coach
DerryleaDirrelyahJohn Dallyn
DrumakinneoDrominoeCaptain Aglett
DrumanalaraghDromenalaraghGleabland
DrumbeeDrombeeMr Durbane?
DrumcassidyDromchassidyJohn Fretwood
DrumegilDromegillCaptain Aglett
DrumhallaghDromahallaghCaptain Coach
DruminisclinDromenisclynCaptain Aglett
DrumkillyDromkillyJohn Armstrong
Drumloman
Drumnalaragh
DrumrathDromraedJohn Welman
DrumroraghDromruoraghCaptain Aglett
DrumscruddanDromscruddenGleabland
Duffcastle
FinawayFynweihHenry Pamer
GarrynogherGarrinoreherDoctor Thos Smyth & Others
GraddumGraddenHenry Hecklfields
KeelderryKeeldirryCaptain Coach
KeenaghKynaghHenry Pamer
Kiffagh
Kill
Kill Demesne
KillynureKillenureCaptain Coach
KillytogherKilletogherCaptain Coach
KilmainhamKilmaynamGA & Wm Cooper
KilnacrottKilnecrottCaptain Aglett
KilnaleckKilneleckeLord of Cavan
LatnadronaghLattanedruoanaghCaptain Aglett
LecharryLyahcharryCaptain Aglett
LisdonnishLissadonwishCaptain Coach
MullacastleMullaghcashlanCaptain Aglett
Mullaghkeel
PollareaghPullereaCaptain Coach
PortanPartanHenry Hecklfields
RaharvertyRaharvertyMr. Hugh Culme
RassanRassanCaptain Coach
Rockfield
SallaghillSalchillHenry Hecklfields
Tedeehan LowerTydioghanJohn Tippin
Tedeehan MiddleTydioghanJohn Tippin
Tedeehan UpperTydioghanJohn Tippin
TogherTogherCaptain Coach
Tonylion
TownlandTownland Name 1836CWS Proprietor Name

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

Tithe Applotment Books of 1832

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AghaconnyAghaconnySmithPhilip1828
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AghaweeAghaweeCallanPeter1828
AghaweeAghaweeCallanPhil1828
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AghaweeAghaweeNesbitt1828
AghaweeAghaweeNesbitt1828
AghaweeAghaweeRiellyPeter1828
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AghaweeAghaweeSmithJno1828
AghaweeAghaweeSmithMathew1828
AghaweeAghaweeSmithPatt1828
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AghaweeAghaweeSmithPeter1828
AghaweeAghaweeSmithPhil1828
AghaweeAghaweeSmithThos1828
AghaweeAghaweeSmithThos1828
AghakeeAughaheeBradyPatt1828
AghakeeAughaheeFitzsimonsPatt1828
AghakeeAughaheeRiellyLuke1828
AghakeeAughaheeSmithJno1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyAchesonJno1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyCharters1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyDonohoHu1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyFitzpatrickMichl1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyHatton1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyKennyChs1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyMahonPatt Lahy1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyMccabeHeny1828
AghaconnyAughahoneyMccabeJno1828
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AghaconnyAughahoneySmithHeny1828
AghaconnyAughajopnySmithPhil1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaFarnham1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaFrances1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaMccabeJas1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaSmithJno1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaStevensJno1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaStevensRichd1828
AghagegnaAughnagegnaStevensWm1828
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CullowCallowBaylanWm1828
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CarrickacroyCanickacrewGafneyPeter1828
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CashelCashelChartersJno1828
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CashelCashelFeaganPatt1828
CashelCashelFitzpatrickChs1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughBaylan1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughBellRalph1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughBradyPhil1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughColvillePhil1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughDealyBart1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughDealyHeny1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughEvansJohn1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughEveranRich N1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughEverardRichard Nugent1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughFitzsimonsJno1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughGafneyMichl1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughHenryElizabeth1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughLinchBart1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughLinchOwen1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughLittle1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughMaguireFrank1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughMccabeAlexander1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughOgormanJno1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughO'RiellyJno1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughRiellyJames1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughRiellyMichl1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughRiellyPatt1828
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CrosserloughCrosserloughRoddonJno1828
CrosserloughCrosserloughSkeltonThos1828
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Derrin LowerDerrinGulligan1828
Derrin LowerDerrinHallonReynolds1828
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DerryDerrySpinksThomas1828
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DerrylahanDerrylahanBoylanJno1828
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DerrylahanDerrylahanRiellyPatt1828
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DerrylahanDerrylahanSmithRichd1828
DerrylahanDerrylahanThomasL H1828
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DerryleaDerryleaGafneyCon1828
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DerryleaDerryleaGafneyPeter1828
DerryleaDerryleaLinchLauce1828
DerryleaDerryleaLinchPatt1828
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DerryleaDerryleaMcdonaldBryan1828
DerryleaDerryleaRiellyJno1828
DerryleaDerryleaRiellyJno1828
DerryleaDerryleaRiellyTerce1828
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DerryleaDerryleaSmithAndw1828
DerryleaDerryleaWhitney1828
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DrumakinneoDrumakinneoBirdPatt1828
DrumakinneoDrumakinneoComeskyJno1828
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DrumakinneoDrumakinneoGalliganAlex1828
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DrumroraghDrumroraghClarkeJas1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghColvilleJos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghDinningWm1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghFitzsimonsEdwd1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghFloodJas1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghFloodThos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghFoyOwen1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghGlancyMat1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghGlancyPatt1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghGlancy1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghGoslinThomas1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghGoslinThos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghHartonJames1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghHartonThos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghHouraganJos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghJonesJas1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghJonesJno1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghKerrJames1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghKerrMathw1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghKerrPhil1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghLinchMichl1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghLinchTerce1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghLinch1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghMagillJno1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghMcdermottThos1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghMorton1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghMorton1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghMurrayMichl1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyBart1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyConnor1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyConnor1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyJno1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyOwen1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyPatt1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyPatt1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyPatt1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghRiellyPhil1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghSmithHenry1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghSmithJno1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghSmithPatt1828
DrumroraghDrumroraghSmithPhil1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanBlackPatt1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanCookeEdwd1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanCookeHugh1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanGalliganThos1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanMckinnanThos1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanPickensJno1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanRiellyChars1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanRiellyFarrel1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanRiellyOwen1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanRiellyPatt1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanSheridanGeo1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanSkillan1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanWhiteThos1828
DrumscruddanDrumscruddanWhiteWm1828
DrumscruddanDrumscudanDealyO1828
DrumscruddanDrumscudanLinchJno1828
DrumscruddanDrumscudanMaguireJno1828
DrumscruddanDrumscudanMckiernanWm1828
DrumscruddanDrumscudanRiellyThos1828
DuffcastleDuffcastle BogFarnhamLord1828
DuffcastleDuffcastle KilnaleckMagauranRobt1828
DuffcastleDuffcastle KilnaleckStevensFrank1828
DuffcastleDuffcastle KilnaleckStevensWm1828
FinawayFinnawayCookePatt1828
FinawayFinnawayDealyJames1828
FinawayFinnawayDealy1828
FinawayFinnawayGafneyBryan1828
FinawayFinnawayGafneyLauce1828
FinawayFinnawayGafneyPhelim1828
FinawayFinnawayGafneyThos1828
FinawayFinnawayGormanMathw1828
FinawayFinnawayLinchBryan1828
FinawayFinnawayMcdanielBryan1828
FinawayFinnawayMcenroe1828
FinawayFinnawayRiellyMichl1828
FinawayFinnawaySmithJames1828
FinawayFinnawaySmithJno1828
FinawayFinnawaySmithPeter1828
FinawayFinnawaySpinksChris1828
FinawayFinnawayWatsonGeo1828
FinawayFinnawayWatsonJno1828
FinawayFinnawayWhiteThos1828
FinawayFinnaway BogFarnham1828
GarrynogherGarranroherBradyJno1828
GarrynogherGarranroherFitzsimonsMichl1828
GarrynogherGarranroherLinch1828
GarrynogherGarranroherNunn1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyHugh1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyJames1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyJas1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyJno1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyJno1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyMichl1828
GarrynogherGarranroherRiellyPatt1828
GraddumGraddumAtchisonThos1828
GraddumGraddumFosterRobt1828
GraddumGraddumGordanJames1828
GraddumGraddumHeanyWeber1828
GraddumGraddumJohnsonJohn1828
GraddumGraddumMallonRobt1828
GraddumGraddumMccormickFrancis1828
GraddumGraddumMccormickFrank1828
GraddumGraddumMccormickPhil1828
GraddumGraddumMccormickWm1828
GraddumGraddumMuresJames1828
GraddumGraddumSpinksChas1828
GraddumGraddumSpinksThos1828
GraddumGraddumStaffordWilliam1828
GraddumGraddumStaffordWm1828
GraddumGraddumStevensJno1828
GraddumGraddumStevensRichd1828
GraddumGraddumWatsonJohn1828
KeelderryKeelderrySmithOwen1828
KeenaghKeenaghEvansJohn1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleDealyPatt1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleEvansJohn1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleGafneyEdward1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleGafneyMark1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleGafneyMichl1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleGafneyTerce1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleLoden1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleMcdermottPatrick1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTullyAndw1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTullyCathn1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTullyEdwd1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTullyPatt1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTully1828
KeenaghKeenaugh OldcastleTully1828
KiffaghKiffaghFarnham1828
KiffaghKiffaghFlemingHeny1828
KiffaghKiffaghFraganRobt1828
KiffaghKiffaghHannaGeo1828
KiffaghKiffaghHannaJas1828
KiffaghKiffaghHannaJas1828
KiffaghKiffaghHeaslipBen1828
KiffaghKiffaghPickensGeo1828
KiffaghKiffaghPickensHeny1828
KiffaghKiffaghPickensJames1828
KiffaghKiffaghPickensRobt1828
KiffaghKiffaghPilesGeo1828
KiffaghKiffaghPilesRichd1828
KiffaghKiffaghPiles1828
KiffaghKiffaghSmithJno1828
KiffaghKiffaghWhiteThomas1828
KiffaghKiffaghWhiteWm1828
KiffaghKiffaghWhiteWm1828
KeelderryKildarraghCarrJno1828
KeelderryKildarraghCoyleAndw1828
KeelderryKildarraghCoyleJames1828
KeelderryKildarraghCoyle1828
KeelderryKildarraghDeasceGeo1828
KeelderryKildarraghDeasce1828
KeelderryKildarraghFitzpatrickPhil1828
KeelderryKildarraghGalleganDanl1828
KeelderryKildarraghGalleganPatt1828
KeelderryKildarraghLanougeWm1828
KeelderryKildarraghSheridanJas1828
KeelderryKildarraghSheridanPhil1828
KeelderryKildarraghSmithChs1828
KeelderryKildarraghSmithHugh1828
KeelderryKildarraghSmithOwen1828
KeelderryKilderryCookePeter1828
KeelderryKilderryMccahillJno1828
KeelderryKilderryRiellyBryan1828
KeelderryKilderryRiellyJno1828
KeelderryKilderrySmithCounl1828
KeelderryKilderrySmith1828
KillynureKillanureAndersonJames1828
KillynureKillanureClukinRichd1828
KillynureKillanureClukinThos1828
KillynureKillanureCookeEdwd1828
KillynureKillanureCookePatt1828
KillynureKillanureCookePhil1828
KillynureKillanureCookeTerce1828
KillynureKillanureCookeThos1828
KillynureKillanureCookeThos1828
KillynureKillanureDinninnyTerce1828
KillynureKillanureGalliganJames1828
KillynureKillanureGalliganJames1828
KillynureKillanureGalliganThos1828
KillynureKillanureMagillDavid1828
KillynureKillanureMagillHeny1828
KillynureKillanureMagillJames1828
KillynureKillanureMagillJno1828
KillynureKillanureMccahillPhil1828
KillynureKillanureMcdanielJno1828
KillynureKillanurePeele1828
KillynureKillanureRiellyJames1828
KillynureKillanureRiellyMichl1828
KillynureKillanureRiellyPatt1828
KillynureKillanureRiellyPatt1828
KillynureKillanureSmithPeter1828
KillynureKillanureSpear1828
KillynureKillanureSpear1828
KillKillsBaylanPatt1828
KillKillsBredin1828
KillKillsBredin1828
KillKillsComerfordPeter1828
KillKillsComerfordThos1828
KillKillsComeskyBryan1828
KillKillsComeskyJno1828
KillKillsComeskyLauce1828
KillKillsComeskyMathw1828
KillKillsComeskyNichls1828
KillKillsComeskyPatt1828
KillKillsComesky1828
KillKillsConnellJames1828
KillKillsCorrDanl1828
KillKillsCorrPatt1828
KillKillsCorrPatt1828
KillKillsCorrPhil1828
KillKillsDonohoPatt1828
KillKillsFinnyJno1828
KillKillsGafnyBernd1828
KillKillsGalliganAndw1828
KillKillsGalliganMichl1828
KillKillsGalliganPeter1828
KillKillsGulliganHy1828
KillKillsKingPatt1828
KillKillsLanauze1828
KillKillsLanauze1828
KillKillsMonaghanMichl1828
KillKillsReynoldsPatt1828
KillKillsReynolds1828
KillKillsReynolds1828
KillKillsRiellyPetr1828
KillKillsRiellyPhil1828
KillKillsRielly1828
KillKillsSheridanJames1828
KillKillsSmithJohn1828
KillKillsTormayPatt1828
KillKillsTormayWalter1828
KillytogherKillytogherBaylanHeny1828
KillytogherKillytogherCallaryJames1828
KillytogherKillytogherCallaryJno1828
KillytogherKillytogherCallaryThos1828
KillytogherKillytogherCallary1828
KillytogherKillytogherDininnyJas1828
KillytogherKillytogherDininnyPhil1828
KillytogherKillytogherKenedy1828
KillytogherKillytogherKenedy1828
KillytogherKillytogherLinchHugh1828
KillytogherKillytogherLittleJas1828
KillytogherKillytogherLittleJno1828
KillytogherKillytogherLittlePatt1828
KillytogherKillytogherMallonSimon1828
KillytogherKillytogherMccahillJas1828
KillytogherKillytogherMcevoyThos1828
KillytogherKillytogherMcevoy1828
KillytogherKillytogherMcewenBryan1828
KillytogherKillytogherMulliganAndw1828
KillytogherKillytogherMulliganOwen1828
KillytogherKillytogherMulligan1828
KillytogherKillytogherRiellyPatt1828
KillytogherKillytogherRiellyTerce1828
KillytogherKillytogherRielly1828
KillytogherKillytogherSmithEdwd1828
KillytogherKillytogherSmithPhil1828
KillytogherKillytogherSmithPhil1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamBell1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamBradyJno1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamDivinePatt1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamDivine1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamGafneyJno1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamGafneyJno1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamGilchristR1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamGilchristRalph1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamGilroyJas1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamLeddyPatt1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamManningWm1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamMccabeAlexander1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamMccabeAlexdr1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamReehilPatt1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamReoganTuu1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamRiellyBernd1828
KilmainhamKilmainhamRiellyChs1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottBradyChs1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottBradyJno1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottBradyThos1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottBrady1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottBrady1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottCooneyPatt1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottDealy1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottFitzsimonsSimon1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottGafneyThomas1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottGalliganPeter1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottGillickPatt1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottHoraganJno1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottHoraganThos1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchEdwd1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchEdwd1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchJas1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchJno1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchPatt1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchPhil1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottLinchThos1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMagauran1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMagines1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMaleadyCon1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMcenroeCon1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMorton1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMorton1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMurrayJno1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMurrayJno1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottMurrayMichl1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottRiellyPatt1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottSmithBart1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottSmithEd1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottSmithHeny1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottSmithSimon1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottSmith1828
KilnacrottKilnacrottThompsonMath1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBaylanMathw1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBaylanPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBradyMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBradyPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBradyPhil1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckBurrowesThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckCollin1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckColtisPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckColtis1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckComesky1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckConnartyMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckConnartyThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckConnorJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckConnortyJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckConnortyPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckCoyleHugh1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckCusackThomas1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckDonohoBryan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFarmayWalter1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFarrellRose1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFayBryan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFayChs1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFayOwen1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFayPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFitzsimonsJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckFlinnLauce1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGafny1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGalliganC1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGalliganChs1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGalliganThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGibneyBryan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGibneyJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGibneyPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckGibneyThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckHoughrahan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckKiernanPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckLananze1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckLinchJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckLinchMathw1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckLinchMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckMcbeenenOwen1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckMcdonaldJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckMcevoyPeter1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckMorrisJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckMorton1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckOwensPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckRiellyMiles1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckRiellyPeter1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridanMat1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridanMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridanPeter1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridanThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridanThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSheridan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSmithBryan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSmithJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSmithMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckSmith1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckThompsonJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckTormayPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleckWhiteChas1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinBennettAnd1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyCath1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyHugh1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyTerce1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComeskyThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinComesky1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinHeanyWm1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinLonaghanJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinMaguireWm1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinMccabeOwen1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinMcsharryMat1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinMcsharryPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinMorton1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck CorlateerinSmithJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilBirneyEdwd1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilBoylanJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilComeskyPatt1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilHeaneyElizh1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilHeanyWm1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilHylandJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilHylandMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilLonaghanThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMaguireJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMccabeMichl1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMcewenM1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMcsharryBryan1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMcsharryJames1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilMcsharryThos1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilNultyJno1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilSmithConnor1828
KilnaleckKilnaleck DrumegilSmith1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckBird1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckBoylanLauce1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckBoylanOwen1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckColvilleAnthy1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckColvilleJno1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckDowd1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckHeanyPatt1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckLinchWalter1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMaguireAndw1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMaguireMathw1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMaguirePhil1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMccabeJas1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMccabeJas1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMccabeMathw1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMccabeOwen1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMorton1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckMorton1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckOlvanyOwen1828
LatnadronaghLatnadronagh KilnaleckRiellyMichl1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckBradyMat O1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckBradyPatt1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckBrady1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckColwinHugh1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCookeJno1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCookePeter1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCooneyJno1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCooneyMat1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCoyleHy1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCoylePatt1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCoylePeter1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckCoylePetr1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckGafneyJames1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckGafneyMichl1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckHartMich1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckHeanyNichls1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckHeany1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcdonaldMat1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcevoyMichl1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcevoy1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcewenJames1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcmahonOwen1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMcmahon1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckMorton1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckWhiteAlexdr1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckWhiteAlexdr1828
LecharryLecharry KilnaleckWynnePhil1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishCharletonPeter1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishFuoraghPhil1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishLittleJno1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishMartinJames1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishMartin1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishMurrayPatt1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishMurray1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishRiellyPatt1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishRoarkeFelix1828
LisdonnishLisdonnishWhitnyH B1828
* unmatchedMoynhallBellRichard1828
* unmatchedMoynhallClarkeRalph Bell1828
* unmatchedMoynhallGilchristRalph1828
* unmatchedMoynhallGoslinThos1828
* unmatchedMoynhallLaneWilliam1828
* unmatchedMoynhallNugentRichard1828
* unmatchedMoynhallReillyPeter1828
* unmatchedMoynhallSkeltonThomas1828
* unmatchedMoynhallSmithOwen1828
* unmatchedMoynhallSpinksThos C1828
* unmatchedMoynhallStaffordJohn1828
* unmatchedMoynhallStaffordWilliam1828
* unmatchedMoynhallWalshGeorge1828
* unmatchedMoynhallWittonWilliam1828
MullacastleMullacastleBoylanMathew1828
MullacastleMullacastleBoylanTerce1828
MullacastleMullacastleBoylanWm1828
MullacastleMullacastleCollanMichl1828
MullacastleMullacastleCusackJames1828
MullacastleMullacastleFlinnLauce1828
MullacastleMullacastleFloodJno1828
MullacastleMullacastleFloodMichl1828
MullacastleMullacastleFloodPatt1828
MullacastleMullacastleFloodThos1828
MullacastleMullacastleGalliganBart1828
MullacastleMullacastleGalliganMichl1828
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Name Books of 1836

Name Books of 1836

1836 Name Book records for the townlands of 9 parishes first published in The Heart of Breifne. The preparation of ...
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Crosserlough Parish

It is bounded on the North by the parish of Denn, in the East by Denn and Castlerahan parishes, on the South by Castlerahan, Kilbride and Ballymaclough and on the West by Ballintemple and Kilconnel parishes. It is in the diocese of Kilmore and province of Armagh. It is in the Baronies of Clonmahon, Castlerahan and Upper Loughtee. Contains 1643 a. 3r. 17p of which 2011 acres are bog and rough ground and 209 water. The land is generally poor and rocky and has not generally speaking been long brought under cultivation. The principal proprietors are Lord Farnham and Pierce Morton, Esqr. of Kilnacrott who is resident. Incumbent is Revd. Thomas Skelton. The market town of Kilnaleck is in the parish.

Aghakee

Contains 100 statute acres about 7 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin, Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives and 31 years. Rent is from £1. 6. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff cold clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are principally built of stone.

Aghagega

Contains 165 statute acres about 46 of which are bog and rough ground and 12 of water. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is £1 per Irish acre. Soil is light gravel mixed with green stone and rocks. It produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are all built of stone. Part of Graddam Lough is situated on the North West side of the townland and it contains perch trout and eel.

Aghaconny

Contains 214 statute acres about 19 of which are bog and rough ground. ihe property belongs to Widow Sharters. There are no leases. Rent is 15s per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 5 to 10 acres. Soil is light and rocky and produces oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is lime and bog and dung. Lime costs 1s 8d. per barrel to lay it on the ground; about 20 barrels per acre is used. Co. Cess is 1s 6d. per acre. Religion: there are 2 families of Protestants in the townland and the remainder are Roman Catholics . The roads from Cavan to Oldcastle and from Ballynagh to Stradone run through this townland.

Aghawee

Contains 448 statute acres about 132 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Major Nesbit, of Crossdoney and the Agent is A.C. Tatlow, Esqr., of Crossdoney. Leases are of one life or 21 years. Rent is from £1.10. per Irish acre. Bogg is free. Size of farms is from 4 to 24 acres. Soil is generally of a cold loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The manure used is lime and dung. Co. Coss is 10d. per acre per 1/2 year. The road from Kilnaleck to Ballynagh runs through the townland. On the West side of the townland is a school house built and established in 1834 by Major Nesbit with a salary of £12 per annum and 1/2 acre of land free but it is now attached to the National Board with an additional salary of £10 to the master but no school mistress. The number of scholars attending is: Protestants: Males 10 Females 15 Roman Catholics: Males 49 Females 38

Carrickacroy

Contains 236 statute acres about 23 of which are bog and rough ground. It is church land. It is held by the Revd. T. Skelton, Rector of the Parish. Part of the townland is set by him for a yearly rent, of from £1.1 to £1.5 per Irish acre. Soil is light mountain gravel and on the North part of the townland it is green rock with a yellow clay and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Near the centre of the Lownland stands the parish church, glebe house and parish school all of which are out of repair.

Cashel

Contains 226 statute acres about 47 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of James Stuart Flemming Esqr. and the agent is Mr. Wrenn of Dublin. Part of the townland is held under lease of 3 lives of 31 years and the remainder has no leases. Rent is from 13s. to £1.10 per acre. Soil is light and rocky and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is bog and dung. The tenants have to pay for the bog. The road from Ballynagh to Cavan runs through this townland about 1 mile from the former and 4 miles from the latter mentioned place.

Clare

Contains 312 statute acres about 26 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives. Rent is from 9s 6d to £1.11.6. per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 11 to 54 acres. Soil is generally of a pretty good loam and produces middling good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 5d per acre per 1/2 year. About one third of the inhabitants are Protestant and the remainder Roman Catholics.

Clonmult

Contains 94 statute acres about 6 of which are bog. It is the property of Dr. Babbington of Cavan. The whole townland is held by lease of 2 lives at £1. per Irish acre by Mr. Devine of Lara parish and set by him to undertenants at the rent of £1.10 to £1.16 per acre. Bog is free. Soil is heavy stiffish clay and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes, and flax. Manure is lime, bog and dung. The lime is drawn 7 miles and costs 1s.6d. per barrel to lay it on the ground. Co. Cess is 2s.10d. per acre. Religion: all Roman Catholics.

Clareboy

Contains 101 statute acres about 2 of which are rough ground. It is the property of Mr. Saunders. Leases are of 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from 13s to £1.5. per Irish acre. Soil in the South part is stiff clay with rich blue clay and marl. In the North part it is green stone rock and limestone boulders. It produces good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The marl is generally used for manure and when a good coat of it is put on the ground they have uncommon good crops. A corn mill and kiln are situated on the North West side of the townland.

Corbeagh

Contains 125 statute acres about 2 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Part of the townland is let under lease of 21 years and the remainder on no lease. Rent is from £1. to £1.6. per acre. Soil is light clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is bog, lime and dung. Lime costs is 6d per barrel to lay on the ground. The houses are principally built of stone.

Corlateeran

Contains 154 statute acres about 16 of which are bog. It is the property of P. Morton of Kilnacrott (?). The Agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is from 18s to £l per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 3 to 12 acres. Soil is heavy clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is dung and a little lime. Co. Cess is 1s per acre. The houses are built of mud.

Coolkill

Contains 427 statute acres about 72 of which are bog and 4 of water. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow, Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases and rent is from £l to £1.4. per Irish acre. Soil is light gravelly mountain land and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes add flax. The houses are all built with stone. On the North West side is situated part of the village of Kilnaleck and on the North end of the townland is Lough(?) which contains perch and pike.

Corglass

Contains 291 statute acres about 7 of which are bog and 45 of water. It is the property of Samuel Wilton resident in the townland. Leases are of 2 lives or 21 years. Rent averages £1.15. per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 3 to 22 acres. Soil is generally of a pretty good loam and produces middling crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Manure is lime and dung. Co. Cess is 1s8d per acre per 1/2 year. There are about as many Protestants as Roman Catholics in the townland. An old fort stands near the lough which is in the Southern end of the towniand. This lough abounds with pike, perch, trout and roach (?) and eel and different sorts of wild fowl.

Corlislea

Contains 155 atatute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of the Revd. Bell Booth of Kells. Leases are of 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from 13s. to £1.1. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff clay mixed with green stone rocks and produces but middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are principally built of stone. There are 3 forts in the townland the Northern one of which is called Corlislea.

Carrigabawn

Contains 168 atatute acres, 51 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Revd. Robt. Bell Booth, Kells, Co. Meath. The Agent is Geo. Bell Booth of Drumcarbin. Leases are for 3 lives or 32 years. Rent is £1.5 per acre. Size of farms is from 3 to 10 acrea. Soil is very bad and rocky and produces bad crops of oats and potatoes. Manure is lime and bog and dung; 100 barrels of lime is used per acre at 1.6d. per barrel. The road from Ballynagh to Ballyjamesduff runs through the townland. The houses are all built of mud.

Creenow

Contains 106 statute acres about 2 of which are bog. It is the property of Mr. Reilly of Belthurston, Queen's County. Leases are for 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from 18s to £1.4. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff cold clay and produces but middling crops of oats, potatoos and flax. The houses are built with mud very dirty.

Crosserlough

Contains 594 statute acres about 83 of which are bog and 1 of water. It is Church land belonging to the Bishopric of Kilmore. There are no leases. Rent is from 18s to £1.10 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 1 to 12 acres. soil is of a poor, light, sandy nature with some small portions of cold wet clay and produces but poor crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 9d. per acre per 1/2 year. A small lough on the North West side of the townland is called after the parish. Religion: all Roman Catholics. In the North end of the townland is an old grave yard, and in the South end there are two old forts. A new school house stands on the North end of the townland but it is not yet established.

Cullow

Contains 112 statute acres about 27 of which are bog and rough ground and 1 of water. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is from 18s to £1.5. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 3 1/2 to 43 acres. Soil is very poor and stony and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 7d. per acre per year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. There are 2 old forts in the townland and on the south end is a small lough called after the parish. The road from Ballyjamesduff to Kilnaleck runs through the townland and on the South side of the road is a Roman Catholic Chapel which will accommodate 1,200 persons.

Curraghbreedin

Contains 140 statute acres about 10 of which are bog. It is the property of Richard Fox Esqr. and the Agent is M. George Hunds, Attorney, near Mullingar. There are no leases. Rent is from 10s. to £1.10. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 2 to 12 1/2 acres. Soil is generally of a light, sandy nature and produces pretty good crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Co. Cess is 1d per acre per 1/2 year. Religion: all Roman Catholics.

Derrin Upper

Contains 67 statute acres all cultivated. It is the property of L. H. Thomas, Esqr. of Dublin. Leases are for 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is £1.9.6. per Irish acre. The inhabitants pay £6. per acre for the bog. Size of farms is from 5 to 12 acres. Soil is of a good loam and produces good crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Manure is dung and lime. Co. Cess is 1s.8d. per acre per 1 year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. The houses are principally built with mud. The road from Kilnaleck to Ballynagh runs through the South West side of the townland.

Derrin Lower

Contains 115 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives. Rent is from £1.5. to £1.7 per Irish acre. The inhabitants pay £6 per acre for bog. Size of farms is from 15 1/2 to 19 1/2 acres. Soil is of a stiffish loam and produces good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 1s. 2d per acre. Religion: one third Protestants, remainder Roman Catholics. Road from Kilnaleck to Ballynagh runs through the centre of the townland.

Derry

Contains 288 statute acres about 86 of which are bog . It is the property of Lord Farnham. The Agent is Wm. Goslin, Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Parish leases are of 3 lives. Rent is from £1.7 to £1.10 per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 10 to 22 acres. Soil is heavy clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes, and flax. Co. Cess. is 2s per acre. The road from Kilnaleck to Cavan runs through the South West side of the townland. The houses are principally built of mud.

Derrylahan

Contains 41 statute acres 20 of which are bog and 5 water. It is the joint property of Mrs. Smith, of Mr. Anthony Thomas, Mrs. Ann Peale of Dublin and Mrs. Spear of Carrickfergus. Part of the townland is held under lease of 2 lives or 21 years; the remainder has no lease. Rent is from £1.5. to £1.11.6d. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 3 to 26 acres. Soil in the North of townland is of a cold, wet nature but the remainder is pretty good. It produces tolerably good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 9d. per acre per 1/2 year. Religion: 6 families Protestants, remainder Roman Catholics. The road from Ballyjamesduff to Navan runs through this townland on the East side of which is a lough generally called Cornegrove Lough. It contains perch, pike and trout.

Derrylea

Contains 288 statute acres about 27 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham. It is held under lease renewable for ever at £14 (?) per year by Wm. Wasly, Esqr. and (?) the Revd. Thomas Featherstone. The Agent is John Tatlow, Esqr. of Crossdoney. It is held by undertenants for leases of 2 lives or 23 years. Rent is from 19s to £1.4 per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 7 to 25 1/2 acres. Soil is pretty good loam and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and bad flax. Co. Cess is 1s. per acre per 1/2 year. Religion: Roman Catholics. On the East side of the townland is an old fort and the ruins of a mill convenient to the road from Ballyjamosduff to Balltheelan which runs through the townland.

Drumgill

Contains 205 statute acres 4 of which are bog. It is the property of P. Morton, Esqr. of Kilnacrott and the agent is John Tatlow, Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is from 18s to £1 per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 3 to 13 acres. Soil is heavy clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Coss is 2s. per acre. Manure is dung and a little lime. The houses are principally built with mud.

Druminisclin

Contains 164 statute acres about 24 of which are bog. It is the property of P. Morton, Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdony. There are no leases. Rent is from £1 to £1.6. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff clay mixed with gravel and a few green stone rocks and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are principally built with mud. Near the centre of the townland is a very large fort.

Drumhallagh

Contains 63 acres statute about 13 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin, Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives. Rent is 16s. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 5 to 13 acres. Soil is of a cold wet nature and produces but poor crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 8 1/2 d per year. Religion: there are about as many Protestants as there are Catholics. The houses are principally built with stone. The road from Ballyjamesduff to Cavan runs hrough the East side of the townland.

Drumanlaragh

Contains 160 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of Mr. Saunders. Leases are for 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from 18 s. to £1.2. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff clay and produces oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are principally built of mud and are very dirty.

Drumloman

Contains 301 statute acres about 33 of which are bog. It is the property of Mr. Tatlow. Part is held under lease for 1 life, or 21 years and the remainder has no lease. Rent is from £1.4. to £1.10. per acre. Soil is stiff clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. A large fort planted stands on the North end of the townland. The houses are principally built with mud but a few good stone houses have been built within these few years.

Drumcassidy

Contains 163 statute acres about 49 of which are bog. It is the property of Mr. Reilly. Leases are for 21 years. Rental is £1.18. per Irish acre. Soil is cold, stiff clay with large green stone, boulders and rocks and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. A corn mill is situated on the North side of the townland, the property of Mr. Reilly who resides convenient to the mill.

Drumacruddan

Contains 375 statute acres about 111 of which are bog. It is Church land and the present incumbent is the Revd. Thomas Skelton. There are no leases. Rent is from £1 to £1.5. per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 2 1/2 to 20 acres. Soil generally is of a dark, moory nature and produces but poor crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Co. cess is 8d. per acre. The houses are all built of stone. There is one Protestant family in the townland, the remainder are Roman Catholics.

Drumroragh

Contains 610 statute acres about 38 of which are bog. It is the property of P. Morton, Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow, Esqr. of Crossdony. There are no leases. Rent is from £1.4. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 1 to 14 acres. Soil is of a red clay and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. Cess is 9 1/2 d per acre per year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. Near the centre of the townland is a gentleman's seat called Drumroragh House (no person at present residing in it) and about 50 acres attached to the house most of which is under grazing and planting. The main road from Ballyheelan to Ballyjamesduff runs through this townland. On the North side of the road is a day school built and established in 1821 by Charles Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott and solely supported at present by P. Morton Esqr. of the same place. Master's salary is £20 per annum with 1 acre of land and a free house. Mistress's salary is £16 per annum with 1 acre of land and free house. Average number of scholars in attendance: Protestant -? Males: 1 Females: -? R. Catholics -? Males: 75 Females: 45

Drubbee

Contains 275 statute acres about 53 of which are bog. It is the pepperty of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are for 3 lives. Rent is from 18s to £1.1. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 8 to 33 acres. Soil: Part of the South side is pretty good loam but the remainder is wet and spongy and produces poor crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is lime and dung. Co. Coss is 10 1/2 d per acre. Part of the townland is set to undertenants at £1.15 per acre. Religion: the greater part is Roman Catholic, the remainder Protestants. On the North East side of the townland is an old fort. The road from Kilnaleck to Cavan runs through the townland.

Drumrath

Contains 207 statute acres about 8 of which are bog and 10 water. It is the property of Richard Bell Esqr. of Drumheel, near Ballynagh. Part of the townland is held under lease of 1 life or 21 years; remainder has no lease. Rent is £2 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 5 to 12 acres. Soil is of a cold, wettish loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes arid flax. Manure used is lime and dung. Co. Cess is 10d per acre per 1/2 year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. Near the centre of the townland is an old fort. The road from Kilnaleck to Ballynagh runs through the townland. On the North West corner of the townland is a portion of a large lake which contains perch pike, trout and eel.

Drumkilly

Contains 231 statute acres about 4 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Mr. Lload (?) Henry Thomas of Dublin. Leases are for 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from £1.7 to £1.14 per acre. Soil on the South East side is a mixture of green stone rocks, marl and limestone. The remainder is stiff yellow clay and produces good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. A corn and tuck mill on the South side of the townland convenient to which is a Roman Catholic Chapel. A school is held in the Chapel which is supported by scholars who pay 1s to 2s 6d per quarter. The number of scholars in attendance is: Males: 40; Females: 25. It was established in 1824.

Drumakinneo

Contains 201 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. Leases are of 1 life or 21 years. Rent is from £1.5. to £1.10 per acre. No bog. Size of farms is from 2 1/2 to 14 acres. Soil is of a cold, stiff loam and produces pretty good crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Manure is lime and dung. Religion: all Roman Catholics. On the East side of the townland joining the boundary is an old fort.

Drumnalaragh

Contains 247 statute acres about 64 of which are bog and rough ground and 7 of water. It is Church land belonging to the Deanery of Kilmore. The whole townland is held by Mr. Bell of Drumheel and set by him to undertenants. Rent is from £1.5 to £1.10 per Irish acre and bog is free. Size of farms is from 5 to 14 acres. Soil is light and rocky and produces oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is bog, lime and dung. The lime is drawn 7 miles and can be laid on the ground for 1s.6d. per barrel. Co. cess is 1s.8d. per acre. The houses are principally of mud. There is on the East side of the townland a lough, through which the parish boundary runs.

Duffcastle

Contains 182 statute acres about 43 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Most of the land is on lease of 3 lives at 9s. per acre; the remainder has no lease. Rent is from £1.3. per acre; size of farms is from 3 to 30 acres. Soil is of a poorish nature and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. cess is 1s.8d. per acre per half year. Religion: there are about as many Protestants as there are Catholics in the townland. The main road from Ballyduff to Kilnaleck runs through this townland.

Finaway

Contains 348 statute acres about 34 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The Agent is Wm. Gosling Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 1 life or 31 years. Rent is from £1 to £1.5. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Soil on the West side is of a sandy nature and on the East side is of a cold, moory nature and produces oats, potatoes and flax. Size of farms is from 5 to 25 acres. Co. cess is 8d. per acre per half year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. An old fort stands on the West side of the townland. The road from Ballyhullan to Ballyjamesduff runs through the North West corner of the townland.

Garrynogher

Contains 143 statute acres about 8 of which are bog. It is the property of Captain Nunor (?), Co. Wexford. The Agent is Mr. Michael Reilly of Garrynogher. Leases are of 3 lives or 31 years. Rent is from £1.5. to £2 per Irish acre. Bog is at the same rent. Size of farms is from 5 to 14 1/2 acres. Soil is good and produces good crops of oats and potatoes. Co. cess is 10d. per acre per half year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. The houses are all built with stone.

Graddum

Contains 363 statute acres about 5 of which are bog and rough ground and 12 of water. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The Agent is Wm. Goslin of Ballymachugh. Rent is from £1.3. to £1.16 per Irish acre. Soil in the South part of the townland is light gravel and in the North cold, sour clay with large beds of green stone rocks and it produces pretty good crops of oats, flax and potatoes. At the South West corner of the townland is a large lough called Graddum Lough in wich are caught perch, trout and eel. On the North end of the townland is a corn mill and kiln. The greater part of the rocky ground in the South end of the townland is planted with fir trees.

Keenagh

Contains 247 statute acres about 14 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The Agent is Wm. Goslin of Ballymachugh. The whole townland is held under lease of 3 lives by Mr. Robert McDoole of Carlow and Mr. Matthew Porter of Munterconnaught. Rent is 9s6d. per Irish acre and it is set by him to undertenants for leases of 3 lives. Rent is from £1.3. to £1.7. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Soil is partly of light sand and the remainder of a stiffish loam. Co. cess is 7d Per acre per half year. Size of farms is from 2 1/2 to 33 acres. There is one Protestant family in the townland; the remainder are all Roman Catholics. The road from Ballyheelan to Ballyjamesduff runs through this townland. On the North side of the road stands an old fort.

Kiffagh

Contains 401 statute acres 48 of which are bog. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the Agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives. Rent averages £1.4 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 9 to 31 acres. Soil generally of a pretty good loam and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. cess is 6 1/2 d per acre per half year. The greater part of the inhabitants are Protestants and the remainder Roman Catholics. The road from Ballyduff to Kilnaleck runs through the townland and on the North side of the road near the centre of the townland is a school called Kiffagh School. It was built by Lord Farnham in 1827 and is supported by him. Salary is £40 per annum and 2 acres of land is attached to the school.

Kill

Contains 487 statute acres about 70 of which are bog and 10 of water. It is held under lease renewable for ever by John Lanauze (?) Esqr. of Kill House, George Lanauze Esqr. of Dublin and Mrs. Breadan of Dublin. The Agent for the latter person is Charles Adams of Killyvin (recte Tullyvin?) near Cootehill. No leases are given. Rent is from 18s to £1.13s per Irish acre and bog is free. Size of farms is from 1 to 10 acres. Soil is generally of a cold loam with some small portions of a sandy nature and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure used is lime and dung. Co. cess is 1s 6d peracre per half year Religion: all Roman Catholics. There are two old forts in the townland. There are two loughs in the townland one at the most Northern and the other at the most Southern extremity of the townland both of which contain perch, pike, trout and eel.

Kill Demesne

Contains 158 statute acres about 33 of which are water. It is Church land. It is held under lease renewable for ever by John G. Lanauze and George Lanauze Esqr. Soil is a good loam and produces oats, potatoes and flax. The whole Demesne is farmed by John G. Lanauze Esqr. who resides on the property. There is a tolerable good dwelling house which is thatched. It is called Kill House. A portion of two loughs belong to this townland which abound with pike, perch, trout and eel, and are frequented by different Sorts of wild fowl. Co. cess is 1s. per acre per half year.

Keelderry

Contains 274 statute acres about 44 of which are bog and 34 of water. It is the property of Gerald Dease Esqr. of Tizbetstown(?) Co. Westmeath. The Agent is Mr. Phil O'Reilly of Coolamber. Leases are of 1 life or 21 years. Rent is from £1.3. per Irish acre and bog is free. Size of farms is from 2 to 12 acres. Soil is a cold wet loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is dung and lime. Co. cess is 1s.8d per acre, per half year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. On the North East side of the townland is an old fort. There are 2 loughs on the East and South boundaries of the townland both of which abound with pike, perch and eel and different sort of wild foul.

Kilmainham

Contains 297 statute acres of which about 34 are bog. It is the joint property of Andrew Bell Esqr. resident in the townland, and Wm. Humphries Esqr. of Ballyhayes Castle. Part of the townland is held under leases of 3 lives or 31 years; the remainder has no leases. Rent is £1. 10 per Irish acre. Bog is free on Mr. Bell's portion. Size of farms is from 5 to 15 acres. Soil is light loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is dung. Co. Coss is 2s.6d. per acre. Religion: all Roman Catholics. A very good dwelling house, the residence of A. Bell Esqr. is situated in the North end of the townland. The road from Kilmore to Kilnaleck runs through the townland.

Kilnaleck

Contains 298 statute acres about 67 of which are bog and rough ground and 5 of water. It is Church land belonging to the Bishop of Kilmore and held by Mr. John Clanauze(?) and set by him to undertenants. Rent is from £1.8 to £2 per Irish acre. No leases are held. Soil is light mountain land and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. On the North West side of the townland is a corn mill and kiln and on the East side of the townland is the village of Kilnaleck, for a description of which see Bk. A. 211. On the South West corner of the townland is a lough.

Kilnacrott

Contains 466 acres about 9 of which are bog. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Crossdony. There are no leases. Rents are from £1 to £1.10 per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 2 1/2 to 14 acres. Co. cess is 9d per acre per half year. Soil is part wet and heavy clay; the remainder is of a red sandy nature and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. There are two Protestant families in the townland and the remainder are Roman Catholics. A very neat dwelling, the residence of P. Morton Esqr. is situated on the South East side of the townland; it was built in the year 1835. The road from Mount Nugent to Ballyjamesduff runs through the townland A small river bounds the East of the townland, in which are caught fine trout, perch pike and eel.

Killynure

Contains 369 statute acres about 38 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the joint property of Mr.George Spear of Carrickfergus, Mrs.Ann Spear, Mrs.Sarah Spear and Mrs.Eleanor Peal. It is hold under leases of 2 lives or 21 years. Rent is from 9s.6d. to £1.10p per acre. Size of farms is from 5 1/2 to 16 acres. Soil is of light sandy nature and partly wet and produces middling crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Co. cess is 10d. per acre per half year. There are 6 Protestant families in the townland and the remainder are Roman Catholics. The road from Ballyjamesduff to Cavan runs through the West side of the townland and on the East side of the road near the centre of the townland is an old fort.

Killytogher

Contains 337 statute acres about 30 of which are bog. It is the property of Widow Smith of Dublin. The Agent is Mr. Hinds of Granard. It is held under lease of 5 lives or 31 years. Rent is from £1.5. per acre. Size of farms is from 5 to 17 acres. Soil is light clay and produces pretty good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. cess is 1s.2d. per acre. Religion: all Roman Catholics. There are two forts in the townland. The houses are principally built with mud.

Latnadronnagh

Contains 331 statute acres about 96 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is from 7s6d to £1.1. Soil is very poor and stoney and produces poor crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. cess is 8d. per acre per half year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. In the North of the tounland there is an old fort. The houses are built with stone.

Lechary

Contains 356 statute acres about 99 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is 18s. per acre. Bog is free. Soil is very rocky and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes. On the North West side of the townland the proprietor is building a very large school house.

Lisdonnish

Contains 135 acres all under cultivation. It is the property of Counsellor Slater of Whitehill, Co.Longford. It is held under lease for 1 life or 21 years. Rent is from £1. to £1.5 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is 4 to 23 acres. Soil is of a cold wet loam and produces tolerable crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co. cess is 1s. per acre per half year. Religion: all Roman Catholics. There is one fort in the townland near the centre. The main road from Ballyjamesduff to Kilnaleck runs along the South West side of the townland.

Mullacastle

Contains 346 statute acres about 40 of which are bog and 7 water. It is the' property Of Pierce Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is from £1.1 to £1.10 per Irish acre. Soil is light mountain gravel and very rocky and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. There are no antiquities. On the South side of the townland is a lough which contains perch and pike. The leading road from Kilnaleck to Ballyjamesduff runs through the townland.

Mullaghkeel

Contains 48 statute acres 16 of which are rough ground. This is the property of Lord Farnham and the agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. There are no leases and rent is £1.5 per Irish acre. Bog is free. The whole townland is held by Philip Smith. The soil is clay and rocky and produces middling crops of potatoes, oats, and flax. Manure is dung, bog and lime; the last mentioned is brought 8 miles and costs 1s.6d. per barrell to lay on the ground. On the North side of the townland convenient to the parish boundary stands a corn mill the property of Mr. Smith in which about 360 barrells of corn are ground annually.

Portan

Contains 128 statute acres about 13 of which are water. It is the property of Lord Farnham and the agent is Wm. Goslin of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives of 31 years. Rent is from £1.1 to £1.6. per Irish acre. Soil is stiff cold clay and flax, oats and potatoes are produced. To the East side of the townland is a lough called Graddum Lough which contains perch, eels and trout. The houses are principally built with stones.

Pollareagh

Contains 247 statute acres about 8 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The agent is Wm. Goslin sqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives and 31 years. Rent is from 13s to £1 per Irish acre. Soil in the South parts of the townland is stiff and in the North is rocky with marl and produces pretty good crops of oats and flax. The houses in the South are all mud and in the North all stone and in good repair. There are rocks in the North of the townland called Pudding rocks and some marl holes. The marl is used for manure.

Rahaverty

Contains 77 statute acres about 2 of which are bog. It is Church land belonging to the Diocese of Kilmore. There are no leases. Rent is £1 per Irish acre. Soil is yellow and blue clay and limestone on the South West side of the townland and produces but middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are principally built with mud.

Rassan

Contains 392 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of Counsellor Wilson of White Hill near Granard. The agent is Mr. Henry Wilson of Screen, Co. Meath. Leases are of 1 life to 21 years. Rent is from £1.7. per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 2 to 24 Irish acres. Soil is of a pretty good loam and produces good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Co.cess is 6d per half year per acre. Religion: all Roman Catholics. Near the centre of the townland are old forts. The main road from Ballyjamesduff to Kilnaleck runs through this townland and adjoining the road on the East side of the townland is a corn and tuck mill.

Rassan

Contains 96 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. There are no leases. Rent is £1 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Soil is poor and stoney and produces but poor crops of oats and potatoes. Co. cess is 5 1/2 d per acre per half year. Size of farms is from 1 to 15 acres. The inhabitants are all Roman Catholics. The houses are all built with stone on the East side of the townland. Along the parish mearing is a large precipice.

Rockfield

Contains 150 statute acres about 34 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Lord John Beresford, Primate of Ireland. There are no leases. Rent is from 15s. to £1.1. per Irish acre. Soil is light with green stone rocks and produces but middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. In the South end of the townland is a long ridge of rocks.

Sallaghill

Contains 182 statute acres about 3 of which are under water. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Rent is from £1.3 to £1.6 per Irish acre. Soil is stiff cold clay. The South part of the townland has the appearance of a limestone bottom and produces good crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Part of Graddum Lough is in the North East corner of the townland. It contains perch, trout, and eels. On the South extremity is a fort. The houses are principally built with stone.

Tedeehan Upper

Contains 150 statute acres about 47 of which are bog. It is the property of (?) Nugent, Esqr. The whole of the townland is held under lease by A. C. Pallis Esqr. of Dublin, and set by him to under tenants for leases of 1 life or 21 years. Rent is from 16s to £1.10 per acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 5 to 14 acres. Soil is of a cold loam and produces light crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is lime and dung. Co. cess is 1s.6d. per Irish acre per half year. On the East side of the townland joining the boundaries is the old fort. Religion: there are about as many Prouestants as Roman Cetholics in the townland.

Tedeehan Middle

Contains 71 statute acres about 16 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The Agent is John Tatlow Esq. of Crossdoney. Leases are of 1 life or 21 years. Rent is £1.4 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 8 1/2 to 20 1/2 acres. Soil is of a wet loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The houses are all built with mud. Manure is lime and dung. The inhabitants are all Roman Catholics.

Tedeehan Lower

Contains 46 statute acres about 1 of which is rough ground. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The agent is Wm. Goslin of Ballymachugh. There are no leases. Rent is £1.7.6 per acre. Soil is of wettish loam and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. Manure is lime and dung. There is only one dwelling house built with mud. Co. Cess is is. 2d. per acre per 1/2 year. Religion: Protestants. The-inhabitants have to purchase their bog.

Togher

Contains 454 statute acres about 76 of which are bog and rough ground. It is the property of Lord Farnham. The agent is Wm. Goslin Esqr. of Ballymachugh. Leases are of 3 lives. Rent is from 10s. 6d. to £1.5 per Irish acre. Bog is free. Size of farms is from 12 to 24 acres. Soil in the North end of the townland is poor and rocky; the remainder is of a sandy nature and produces but poor crops of oats, flax and potatoes. Co. Cess is 9d per acre per 1/2 year. The greater part of the inhabitants are Protestants; the remainder are Roman Catholics. The road from Ballyjamesduff to Cavan runs through the North East side of the townland.

Tonylion

Contains 128 statute acres all under cultivation. It is the property of P. Morton Esqr. of Kilnacrott. The agent is John Tatlow Esqr. of Crossdoney. Leases are held for the life of His Present Majesty. Rent is from 13s. to £1.1 per Irish acre. Soil is light and gravelly with rocks and produces middling crops of oats, potatoes and flax. The main road from Kilnaleck to Killeshandra runs through the South end of the townland and a stage coach from Dublin to Killeshandra runs through this road daily.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
AghaconnyAchesonThomas
AghaconnyAchesonWalter
AghaconnyBeattyArthur
AghaconnyBradyEdward, Jr.
AghaconnyComerfordBryan
AghaconnyFitzpatrickCatherine
AghaconnyLiddyRose
AghaconnyMaguireTerence
AghaconnyMahonFelix
AghaconnyReynoldsThomas
AghaconnySmithHenry
AghaconnySmithThomas
AghagegnaBlackPhilip
AghagegnaCroninJames
AghagegnaFarrellJohn
AghagegnaJohnstonAnne
AghagegnaKnightWilliam
AghagegnaLittleLaurence
AghagegnaLynchAnne
AghagegnaMc GovernRobert
AghagegnaMc LoughlinJames
AghagegnaOboyJohn
AghagegnaStephensJohn
AghagegnaStephensGeorge
AghagegnaStephensWilliam
AghagegnaStephensRep. Henry
AghagegnaTalbot De MalahLord ???
AghagegnaTraynorJohn
AghakeeBradyHugh
AghakeeBradyBernard
AghakeeBuchananThomas
AghakeeMc GovernPatrick
AghakeeSmithRichard
AghaweeBeattyJohn
AghaweeCalleryPatk.
AghaweeCalleryPhilip
AghaweeCalleryCharles
AghaweeCalleryPeter, Jr.
AghaweeCalleryRose
AghaweeCalleryPeter
AghaweeCalleryJas.
AghaweeCalleryMichael
AghaweeCalleryPatrick
AghaweeCalleryJames
AghaweeCassidyMary
AghaweeConnellanMatthew
AghaweeFitzsimonsAnne
AghaweeGaffneyJohn
AghaweeGaffneyJames
AghaweeGaffneyPhilip
AghaweeGalliganBryan
AghaweeGalliganHenry
AghaweeHoltonEdward
AghaweeKellyDaniel
AghaweeKellyPatrick
AghaweeLynchEdward
AghaweeNesbittAlexander
AghaweeSmithPatrick
AghaweeSmithPeter
AghaweeSmithPhilip, Jr.
AghaweeSmithPhilip
AghaweeSmithPatk.
AghaweeSmithOwen
AghaweeStauntonAlexander
CarrickabaneCookeThomas
CarrickabaneCroninJames
CarrickabaneCroninAndrew
CarrickabaneCroninJohn
CarrickabaneCrosbyBryan
CarrickabaneGalliganBartholw.
CarrickabaneGalliganPatrick
CarrickabaneReillyPhilip
CarrickabaneReillyBridget
CarrickacroyAskinRev. ???
CarrickacroyBuchananRobert
CarrickacroyCaffreyJames
CarrickacroyCooneyMatthew
CarrickacroyDonohoePhilip
CarrickacroyGaffneyJames
CarrickacroyGalliganTerence
CarrickacroyGalliganWilliam
CarrickacroyGalliganPeter
CarrickacroyMc DonnellMichael
CarrickacroyReillyThomas
CarrickacroyRuddyMary
CarrickacroySmithJohn
CarrickacroySmithCharles
CarrickacroySmithRichard
CarrickacroyTormeyJohn
CashelAddyWilliam
CashelBaxterJohn
CashelFarleyJohn
CashelHumphrysWilliam
CashelMc KeonJohn
CashelMc KiernanJohn
CashelMc MahonPeter
CashelMonaghanJohn
CashelMontfordHenry
CashelMorrisonRichard
CashelReillyCharles
CashelReillyPhilip
CashelScottFrancis
CashelSheridanJames
CashelSheridanJohn
CashelSmithWilliam
CashelSmithJohn
ClareBrownNathaniel
ClareCookeThomas
ClareCookeTerence
ClareFarnhamLord ???
ClareHoggRev. William
ClareJohnstonRichard
ClareLoveMary
ClareLynchBernard
ClareLyonsMargaret
ClareMorroghJohn
ClarePorterfieldMoses
ClareRaeburnJohn
ClareReillyBernard
ClareStaffordGeorge
ClareboyCroninJames
ClareboyInnisPatrick
ClareboyLynchMatthew
ClareboyLynchJohn
ClareboyLynchPatrick
ClareboySmithBernard
ClareboySmithBryan
ClonmultConnellanMatthew
ClonmultFineganFarrell
ClonmultFineganFarrell, Jr.
ClonmultGilroyJames
ClonmultHusseyPatrick
ClonmultKingPhilip
ClonmultMc CannPatrick
CoolkillBoylanMatthew
CoolkillBoylanPatrick
CoolkillBradyAndrew
CoolkillBradyJohn
CoolkillCaffreyPatrick
CoolkillCallanPeter
CoolkillCallanRose
CoolkillCallanPeter, Jr.
CoolkillCalleryPatrick
CoolkillConnertyPhilip
CoolkillCoyleHugh
CoolkillDalyThomas
CoolkillFayPatrick, Jr.
CoolkillFayPatrick
CoolkillFayJames
CoolkillFayAnne
CoolkillFayCharles
CoolkillGalliganThomas
CoolkillGalliganAndrew
CoolkillGalliganJames
CoolkillGalliganPeter
CoolkillGalliganBernard
CoolkillGalliganHenry
CoolkillGalliganCharles
CoolkillLynchMary
CoolkillLynchMatthew
CoolkillLynchJohn
CoolkillLynchPatrick
CoolkillLynchElizabeth
CoolkillMc DermotThomas
CoolkillMeredythSimon
CoolkillPilesThomas
CoolkillReillyThomas
CoolkillReillyPatrick
CoolkillReillyJohn, Jr.
CoolkillReillyFrancis
CoolkillReillyPhilip
CoolkillSheridanPeter
CoolkillSheridanJohn
CoolkillSmithBryan
CoolkillSmithJohn
CoolkillSmithPatrick
CoolkillSmithBernard
CoolkillSmithMichael
CoolkillSmithCharles
CoolkillVictoryCornelius
CorbeaghDrawnearJohn
CorbeaghKilroyJames
CorbeaghLordJohn
CorbeaghMc CormackJames
CorbeaghSmithMatthew
CorduffBriodyThomas
CorduffGalliganMary
CorduffGalliganJohn
CorduffGalliganPatrick
CorduffGalliganEdward
CorduffGalliganBarthw.
CorduffGalliganAndrew
CorduffGivneyJohn
CorduffReillyMatthew
CorduffSmithAndrew
CorduffSmithDaniel
CorglassAchesonFrances
CorglassBoylanMatthew
CorglassBurnsCatherine
CorglassCaffreyJohn
CorglassConnertyMichael
CorglassCoylePatrick
CorglassCroninPatrick
CorglassDonohoePeter
CorglassFitzpatrickPatrick
CorglassFitzpatrickPhilip
CorglassFlynnMargaret
CorglassFosterWilliam
CorglassGaffneyBryan
CorglassGalliganHenry
CorglassGivneyMichael
CorglassLittleFrances
CorglassMc GovernBryan
CorglassReillyPeter
CorglassReillyOwen
CorglassSmithHugh
CorglassSmithOwen
CorglassSmithEdward
CorglassStrongMary Anne
CorglassWiltonJoseph
CorglassWiltonJohn
CorglassWiltonJane
CorglassWiltonCharles
CorglassWiltonJames
CorglassWiltonCosby
CorglassWiltonSamuel
Corglass or RassanJenningsFrancis
Corglass or RassanMc DonnellPatrick
Corglass or RassanReillyRichard
Corglass or RassanSmithPhilip
CorlateerinComerfordMatthew
CorlateerinHeanyWilliam
CorlateerinHeanyWilliam, Jr.
CorlateerinLaraghanThomas
CorlateerinLaraghanJames
CorlateerinMaguireWilliam
CorlateerinMc CabeEdward
CorlateerinMc CabeMichael
CorlateerinMc CabePatrick
CorlateerinMc CherryMatthew
CorlateerinMc CormickPatrick
CorlateerinReillyPatrick
CorlisleaBriodyThomas
CorlisleaFinneganPeter
CorlisleaGaffneyTimothy
CorlisleaGaffneyMary
CorlisleaGaffneyJames
CorlisleaGaffneyRose
CorlisleaGalliganJohn
CorlisleaGalliganOwen
CorlisleaMurphyPeter
CorlisleaO'DonnellThomas
CorlisleaReillyMatthew
CreenowCosgraveJames
CreenowGalliganBridget
CreenowLeddyJudith
CreenowLeddyJohn
CreenowMc CabeThomas
CreenowMc GivneyNicholas
CreenowMc GivneyMichael
CreenowMc GivneyAndrew
CreenowMc GivneyBryan
CreenowMc GivneyThomas
CreenowReillyPeter
CrosserloughAchesonThomas
CrosserloughBeresfordJohn D.
CrosserloughBirdPatrick
CrosserloughBirdCharles
CrosserloughBradyCharles
CrosserloughBrienJohn
CrosserloughCaffreyCharles
CrosserloughCaffreyPhilip
CrosserloughCaldwellPhilip
CrosserloughCaldwellAnne
CrosserloughCampbellMatthew
CrosserloughCooneyJohn
CrosserloughCoyleBridget
CrosserloughCusackPhilip
CrosserloughCusackThomas
CrosserloughCusackEdward
CrosserloughDalyMichael
CrosserloughDonohoeJames
CrosserloughDonohoeThomas
CrosserloughDowdPeter
CrosserloughGaffneyMichael
CrosserloughGaffneyPhilip
CrosserloughGalliganMichael
CrosserloughGormanMatthew
CrosserloughGormanJohn
CrosserloughKeaneyOwen
CrosserloughLynchOwen
CrosserloughLynchMichael
CrosserloughLynchBartholomew
CrosserloughMc GauleyMark
CrosserloughMc GauleyJohn
CrosserloughPickensSamuel
CrosserloughReillyTerence
CrosserloughReillyPatrick
CrosserloughReillyCornelius
CrosserloughReillyHugh
CrosserloughReillyJames
CrosserloughRuddanPeter
CrosserloughRuddanMichael
CrosserloughSmithMary
CrosserloughSmithCatherine
CrosserloughSmithAnne
CrosserloughSmithThomas
CullowBoylanJohn
CullowBoylanBernard
CullowGalliganPeter
CullowKirwanJohn
CullowLynchJohn
CullowMatthewsMary
CullowMc CabeMatthew
CullowMc CabePatrick
CullowMc CabeMatthew, Jr.
CullowMc DonnellOwen
CullowMeredythOwen
CullowSmithJames
CullowThompsonGeorge W.
CurraghabreedinFloodEdward
CurraghabreedinFoxRichard
CurraghabreedinLynchPatrick
CurraghabreedinLynchPatrick, Jr.
CurraghabreedinMc CabeMichael
CurraghabreedinReillyMichael
CurraghabreedinReillyCharles
CurraghabreedinReillyBryan
CurraghabreedinSmithThomas
Derrin LowerHeaslopBenjamin
Derrin LowerLadlowJohn
Derrin LowerLowndsThomas
Derrin LowerStrongGeorge
Derrin UpperBradyAndrew
Derrin UpperCaldwellPatrick
Derrin UpperMc CauleyArthur
Derrin UpperReillyPatrick
Derrin UpperReillyTerence
DerryFarnhamLord ???
DerryFineganJohn
DerryGaffneyPeter
DerryHeaslipWilliam
DerryHeaslipGeorge
DerryHeaslipThomas
DerryLowryThomas
DerryMartinMary
DerryOwensJoseph
DerryParkerJoseph
DerrySpinksWilliam
DerrySpinksChristopher
DerrylahanBellCatherine
DerrylahanBradyAndrew
DerrylahanByersJoseph
DerrylahanByersWilliam
DerrylahanByersMary
DerrylahanCallaghanBryan
DerrylahanCallaghanPhilip
DerrylahanCookeTerence
DerrylahanCookeThomas
DerrylahanDinenFarrell
DerrylahanDinenOwen
DerrylahanDinerTerence
DerrylahanFitzpatrickJane
DerrylahanGalliganPeter
DerrylahanGalliganHenry
DerrylahanHarteCornelius
DerrylahanLeeMichael
DerrylahanMaguireCatherine
DerrylahanMc CahillJudith
DerrylahanMc EvoyPhilip
DerrylahanMc EvoyJames
DerrylahanMc EvoyMatthew
DerrylahanMc GivneyJohn
DerrylahanMc GlinnThomas
DerrylahanMc IntyrePeter
DerrylahanPorterDavid
DerrylahanReillyPatrick
DerrylahanReillyTerence
DerrylahanReilyPhilip
DerrylahanSmithJohn
DerrylahanSmithAndrew
DerrylahanSmithPatrick
DerrylahanSpearRep. George
DerrylahanSpearsLeonard
DerryleaCallaghanPatrick
DerryleaClintonJohn
DerryleaDalyCatherine
DerryleaDalyMichael
DerryleaDalyLuke
DerryleaFetherstoneElizabeth
DerryleaGaffneyCatherine
DerryleaGaffneyMary, Jr.
DerryleaGaffneyMary
DerryleaJenningsFrancis
DerryleaLynchThomas
DerryleaLynchHenry
DerryleaLynchMary
DerryleaMaguirePatrick
DerryleaMc DanielJohn
DerryleaMonaghanMatthew
DerryleaReillyBernard
DerryleaReillyTerence
DerryleaReillyJohn
DerryleaSmithAndrew
DerryleaSmithPatrick
DrumakinneoComerfordMichael
DrumakinneoCoyleMatthew
DrumakinneoGalliganBartholomew
DrumakinneoGalliganMary
DrumakinneoGalliganAnne
DrumakinneoGalliganEdward
DrumakinneoReillyJohn
DrumakinneoSmithJohn
DrumakinneoSmithOwen
DrumakinneoSmithTerence
DrumakinneoSmithThomas
DrumakinneoTimminsJames
DrumanalaraghFarrellyLuke
DrumanalaraghGaffneyFrancis
DrumanalaraghGalliganPatrick
DrumanalaraghGalliganMatthew
DrumanalaraghGalliganBryan
DrumanalaraghGalliganMichael
DrumanalaraghMc CahillLuke
DrumanalaraghMc CahillMary
DrumanalaraghReillyPatrick
DrumanalaraghReillyJohn
DrumanalaraghSheridanJames
DrumanalaraghStaffordJohn
DrumbeeBannonJohn
DrumbeeBerryMartin
DrumbeeBlackJohn
DrumbeeComerfordBryan
DrumbeeComerfordPatrick
DrumbeeComerfordThomas
DrumbeeFaulknerSamuel
DrumbeeFosterWilliam
DrumbeeGalliganPatrick
DrumbeeHarwoodWilliam
DrumbeeMaxwellHon. S. R.
DrumbeeMc CleanJames
DrumbeeMc GivneyEllen
DrumbeeMontgomeryJames
DrumbeePeelHenry
DrumbeePickinsJohn
DrumcassidyCorrJohn
DrumcassidyCoyleCathedrine
DrumcassidyDonnellyPatrick
DrumcassidyFaganPeter
DrumcassidyMc CormackPhilip
DrumcassidyMc GivneyThomas
DrumcassidyMc GivneyMary
DrumcassidyMc GivneyAndrew
DrumcassidyReillyFrancis
DrumcassidyReillyRose
DrumcassidyReillyJoseph
DrumcassidyReillyMary, Jr.
DrumcassidySheridanThomas
DrumcassidySmithMary
DrumegilBoylanBridget
DrumegilBoylanOwen
DrumegilCooneyPatrick
DrumegilHeanyWilliam
DrumegilHeanySarah
DrumegilHeanyJames
DrumegilHylandMary
DrumegilMc BerneyPeter
DrumegilMc CabeMichael
DrumegilMc CherryThomas
DrumegilMc KeonPatrick
DrumegilNultyPatrick
DrumegilSaraghanThomas
DrumegilSmithMatthew
DrumegilSmithMatthew, Jr.
DrumegilSmythMatthew
DrumhallaghBoylanPeter
DrumhallaghCorkedaleSarah
DrumhallaghCorkedaleRobert
DrumhallaghCorkedaleDavid
DrumhallaghFarnhamLord ???
DrumhallaghNewelMargaret
DrumhallaghSmithPatrick
DruminisclinBriodyThos.
DruminisclinBriodyThomas
DruminisclinBriodyRose Anne
DruminisclinBriodyPatrick
DruminisclinBriodyMichael
DruminisclinBriodyJames
DruminisclinDonohoePatrick
DruminisclinDonohoeMichael
DruminisclinDonohoeJames
DruminisclinDonohoeAnne
DruminisclinMc KeonJohn
DruminisclinReillyMargaret
DruminisclinReillyTerence
DrumkillyCaldwellPatrick
DrumkillyComerfordJames
DrumkillyCroninMichael
DrumkillyDrumPeter
DrumkillyGaffneyPhilip
DrumkillyGalliganBridget
DrumkillyGalliganMary
DrumkillyGalliganJames
DrumkillyGalliganWilliam
DrumkillyKellyJames
DrumkillyMc CauleyArthur
DrumkillyReillyCharles
DrumkillyReillyThomas
DrumkillyReillyEdward
DrumkillyReillyMyles
DrumkillyStaffordThomas
DrumkillyWatsonSarah
DrumlomanBoylanOwen
DrumlomanBoylanFrancis
DrumlomanBoylanPatrick
DrumlomanCorrMichael
DrumlomanGalliganJames
DrumlomanLeddyRose
DrumlomanLeddyBryan
DrumlomanLeddyPeter
DrumlomanLeddyJohn
DrumlomanLeddyJames
DrumlomanMc CormackJohn
DrumlomanMc GivneyJames
DrumlomanMc LoughlinMargaret
DrumlomanMc MahonRose
DrumlomanSmithMichael
DrumlomanSmithBryan, Jr.
DrumlomanSmithBryan
DrumnalaraghBoylanMichael
DrumnalaraghBoylanPatrick
DrumnalaraghCoyleJohn
DrumnalaraghCoylePatrick
DrumnalaraghCoyleTerence
DrumnalaraghCoyleHugh
DrumnalaraghCroninRose
DrumnalaraghGaffneyJohn
DrumnalaraghGalliganEdward
DrumnalaraghGalliganEllen
DrumnalaraghGivneyMary
DrumnalaraghMastersonMichael
DrumnalaraghMc DermottBridget
DrumnalaraghReillyEdward
DrumnalaraghReillyAnne
DrumnalaraghReillyTerence
DrumrathComerfordJames
DrumrathComerfordMary
DrumrathConnertyMary
DrumrathConnertyOwen
DrumrathCoyleJames
DrumrathFloodPatrick
DrumrathGalliganMichael
DrumrathLeddyMichael
DrumrathReillyMary
DrumrathTooleBernard
DrumroraghBannanMary
DrumroraghBellAndrew
DrumroraghBuchananRobert
DrumroraghCaldwellMichael
DrumroraghCaldwellRose
DrumroraghCalleryCharles
DrumroraghCoyleHugh
DrumroraghCoyleAndrew
DrumroraghDenningWilliam
DrumroraghFayCharles
DrumroraghFitzsimonsPatrick
DrumroraghFloodJames
DrumroraghFloodAnne
DrumroraghFloodOwen
DrumroraghFlynnJames
DrumroraghGaffneyBartholomew
DrumroraghGaffneyNicholas
DrumroraghGaffneyMargaret
DrumroraghGalliganThomas
DrumroraghGalliganHenry
DrumroraghGillickPatrick
DrumroraghHarteThomas
DrumroraghHarteCornelius
DrumroraghJonesPatrick
DrumroraghKerrEdward
DrumroraghKerrJudith
DrumroraghKerrMary
DrumroraghKerrMatthew
DrumroraghLynchBridget
DrumroraghLynchJohn
DrumroraghLynchThomas
DrumroraghLynchPatrick
DrumroraghLynchMargaret
DrumroraghMc CahillPatrick
DrumroraghMc DermottThomas
DrumroraghMc GirlCatherine
DrumroraghMonaghanThomas
DrumroraghMonaghanJohn
DrumroraghReillyBridget
DrumroraghReillyMargaret
DrumroraghReillyOwen
DrumroraghReillyPatrick
DrumroraghShermanPatrick
DrumroraghSmithPeter
DrumroraghSmithPatrick
DrumroraghSmithHenry
DrumroraghSmithJohn
DrumroraghSmithHugh
DrumroraghSmithThomas
DrumroraghTatlowJohn T.
DrumscruddanAskinRev. ???
DrumscruddanBlackMary
DrumscruddanBoyleBridget
DrumscruddanCookeBridget
DrumscruddanCookeMary
DrumscruddanCookeHugh
DrumscruddanGalliganAnne
DrumscruddanJohnstonRichard
DrumscruddanKimminsPatrick
DrumscruddanLynchJohn
DrumscruddanMaguireJames
DrumscruddanMc DermottPeter
DrumscruddanMc DermottThomas
DrumscruddanMc KirnanWilliam
DrumscruddanQuinnPeter
DrumscruddanReillyPatrick
DrumscruddanReillyJames
DrumscruddanReillyBartholomew
DrumscruddanReillyCharles
DrumscruddanTierneyJohn
DuffcastleArgyleWilliam
DuffcastleDarlingWilliam
DuffcastleDundassJane
DuffcastleEnglishJoseph
DuffcastleKnowlesWilliam
DuffcastleLynchEdward
DuffcastleMc CleanAlexander
DuffcastleMc ClellandWilliam
DuffcastleMc GovernRobert
DuffcastlePickensHenry
DuffcastleSmithPeter
DuffcastleStephensFrederick
FinawayAndrewsJohn
FinawayBlackThomas
FinawayConnertyMary
FinawayCookePatrick
FinawayDalyHugh
FinawayDalyPatrick
FinawayDalyLuke
FinawayGaffneyJudith
FinawayGaffneyThomas
FinawayGormanMatthew
FinawayHorriganMichael
FinawayLynchThomas
FinawayMc EnroeMary
FinawayMc EvoyMichael
FinawayMc GovernRobert
FinawayMurphyThomas
FinawayReillyJames
FinawayReillyAnne
FinawayReillyElizabeth
FinawayReillyPatrick
FinawaySmithPatrick
FinawayTullyPatrick
FinawayWatsonJames
GarrynogherFitzsimonEdward
GarrynogherFitzsimonMichael
GarrynogherLoughanJohn
GarrynogherO'ReillyDaniel
GarrynogherReillyMichael
GarrynogherReillyEllen
GarrynogherReillyMichael, Jr.
GarrynogherReillyHugh
GarrynogherReillyThomas
GarrynogherReillyCatherine
GarrynogherReillyPatrick
GarrynogherReillyJohn
GarrynogherReillyCharles
GortachurkLeeOwen
GortachurkMc VeetyHenry
GortachurkSheridanJames
GortachurkSheridanJames
GortachurkSmithHugh
GraddumBuchananThomas
GraddumClarkeRobert
GraddumCollinsRev. Hen.
GraddumDelapMary
GraddumGlancyJames
GraddumGordonJoseph
GraddumMalcomsonJohn
GraddumMartinPatrick
GraddumMaxwellHon. S. R.
GraddumMc CormackJames
GraddumMc CormackFrancis
GraddumMc CormackEugene
GraddumMc GovernRobert
GraddumOwensEllen
GraddumReillyJames
GraddumReillyTerence
GraddumSpinksChristopher
GraddumSpinksWilliam
GraddumStephensGeorge
GraddumStephensJohn
GraddumStephensWilliam
KeelderryCoyleAndrew
KeelderryCoyleJohn
KeelderryCoyleThomas
KeelderryCoyleHugh
KeelderryDeaseGerald
KeelderryFitzpatrickPatrick
KeelderryFitzpatrickPhilip
KeelderryGalliganDaniel
KeelderrySheridanJames
KeelderrySheridanMary
KeelderrySheridanEllen
KeelderrySmithThomas
KeelderrySmithOwen
KeelderrySmithHugh
KeelderrySmithCharles
KeelderrySmithPatrick
KeelderryTooleJohn
KeenaghCallaghanEllen
KeenaghColganAnne
KeenaghConnertyHugh
KeenaghEvansMary
KeenaghFarnhamLord ???
KeenaghFlynnJohn
KeenaghGaffneyAnne
KeenaghGaffneyRose
KeenaghGaffneyHenry, Jr.
KeenaghGaffneyHenry
KeenaghHarteCatherine
KeenaghLynchMary
KeenaghMc CaulyDaniel
KeenaghMc GirlPatrick
KeenaghMc KernanThomas
KeenaghNixonJohn
KeenaghReillyJames
KeenaghSmithJohn
KeenaghTullyMary
KeenaghTullyPatrick
KeenaghTullyBridget
KeenaghTullyPatk.
KeenaghTullyFrancis
KiffaghByersDavid
KiffaghCaffreyAnne
KiffaghConnorThomas
KiffaghFaganGeorge
KiffaghFaganRobert
KiffaghGalliganPeter
KiffaghGaynorCharles
KiffaghHannaWilliam
KiffaghHannaJames
KiffaghHartlyThomas
KiffaghLeePeter
KiffaghLittleAnne
KiffaghMaxwellHon. S. R.
KiffaghMc CabeCharles
KiffaghMc CabeAnne
KiffaghMc CabeBartholomew
KiffaghMc CahillJames
KiffaghPickinsGeorge
KiffaghSheridanJames
KiffaghSmithPatrick
KiffaghTennenyPatrick
KiffaghWatsonJohn
KiffaghWhiteThomas
KillBlackPhilip
KillBoylanBryan
KillBradinEdgar R.
KillComerfordPatrick, Jr.
KillComerfordDenis
KillComerfordMatthew
KillComerfordNicholas
KillComerfordPatrick
KillComerfordJohn
KillConnertyJames
KillCorrDaniel
KillCorrPatrick
KillCorrPeter
KillCosgraveJames
KillCoylePatrick
KillDonohoeCharles
KillDowdPatrick
KillFlynnPhilip
KillFlynnJohn
KillGaffneyBryan
KillGalliganJames
KillGalliganCatherine
KillGalliganMichael
KillGalliganHenry
KillKeoghPeter
KillKeoghGarrett
KillKingPatrick
KillKingJames
KillLanauzeGeorge J.
KillMaguirePhilip
KillMc ConnellEllen
KillMc ConnellJohn
KillMc GaughranBridget
KillMonaghanMichael
KillMurrayJames
KillOrpenJohn H.
KillReillyMary
KillReillyEdward
KillReillyPeter
KillReynoldsThomas
KillReynoldsPeter
KillReynoldsPatrick
KillReynoldsBryan
KillReynoldsGarrett
KillSmithHugh
KillSmithPatrick
KillTormeyRose
KillTormeyAnne
KillTormeyPatrick
KillTormeyPatrick, Jr.
Kill DemesneKeoghGarrett
Kill DemesneLanauzeGeorge J.
KillynureCallaghanMichael
KillynureClerkenThomas
KillynureClerkenNicholas
KillynureCookeEdward
KillynureCookeMary
KillynureCookeThomas
KillynureCookePhilip
KillynureCookePatrick
KillynureCookeBartholomew
KillynureCookeBatholomew
KillynureCookeEdward, Jr.
KillynureCookeMichael
KillynureGalliganJames
KillynureMc DonnellJohn
KillynureMc GillJames
KillynureReillyPatrick, Jr.
KillynureReillyPatrick
KillynureReillyCharles
KillynureReillyMatthew
KillynureReillyJohn
KillynureReillyPhilip
KillynureSmithPatrick
KillynureSmithPeter
KillynureSmithMary
KillytogherBoylanPhilip
KillytogherBoylanPatrick
KillytogherCalleryMichael
KillytogherCalleryThomas
KillytogherCalleryJohn
KillytogherCalleryJames
KillytogherCookePeter
KillytogherFarrellMary
KillytogherLittleRose
KillytogherLynchRev. Edward
KillytogherMartinMargaret
KillytogherMc CahillJames
KillytogherMc EvoyCatherine
KillytogherMc EvoyThomas
KillytogherMc IntyrePeter
KillytogherMc KeonMatthew
KillytogherMc KeonBernard
KillytogherMulliganOwen
KillytogherMulliganHugh
KillytogherMulliganJohn
KillytogherReillyJames
KillytogherReillyAndrew
KillytogherReillyCharles
KillytogherReillyPatrick
KillytogherSmithPeter
KillytogherSmithPhilip
KillytogherSmithMary
KillytogherSmithMargaret
KillytogherSmithJames
KillytogherSmithHugh
KillytogherTenenyPhilip
KillytogherTenenyJames
KilmainhamBradyJames
KilmainhamConlonJohn
KilmainhamCorcoranBernard
KilmainhamDuignanDaniel
KilmainhamFosterWilliam
KilmainhamHumphrysWilliam
KilmainhamKeoganPhilip
KilmainhamKeoganJohn
KilmainhamKeoganAnne
KilmainhamMc CabeOwen
KilmainhamMc CannPeter
KilmainhamMontfordHenry
KilmainhamRehillJames
KilmainhamReillyRose
KilmainhamReillyMichael
KilmainhamReillyFrancis
KilmainhamSmythWilliam
KilnacrottBradyPhilip
KilnacrottCaffreyPatrick
KilnacrottCorriganPatrick
KilnacrottDalyJames
KilnacrottFitzsimonsSimon
KilnacrottFloodOwen
KilnacrottGaffneyThomas
KilnacrottGaffneyMary
KilnacrottGillickPatrick
KilnacrottL'EstrangeGeorge H.
KilnacrottLynchEdward
KilnacrottLynchEllen
KilnacrottLynchPatrick
KilnacrottLynchBridget
KilnacrottLynchMichael
KilnacrottLynchJohn
KilnacrottMaladyCornelius
KilnacrottMc DanielLaurence
KilnacrottMc GovernMichael
KilnacrottMc GuinnessJohn
KilnacrottMurrayJohn
KilnacrottSmithBridget, Jr.
KilnacrottSmithBridget
KilnacrottSmithPatrick
KilnacrottSmithPhilip
KilnaleckBlakeneyAmbrose
KilnaleckBoylanMatthew, Jr.
KilnaleckBoylanLuke
KilnaleckBoylanMargaret
KilnaleckBoylanMatthew
KilnaleckBoylanOwen
KilnaleckBoylanEllen
KilnaleckBoylanMatthew, Jr.
KilnaleckBoylanEdward
KilnaleckBradyPatrick
KilnaleckBradyMichael
KilnaleckBriodyPatrick
KilnaleckBrooksGeorge
KilnaleckCarneyRose
KilnaleckCartwrightJames
KilnaleckCartyMichael
KilnaleckChapmanThomas
KilnaleckComerfordBartholw.
KilnaleckConnattyBernard
KilnaleckConnertyPeter
KilnaleckConnertyPeter
KilnaleckConnertyJohn
KilnaleckConnertyJohn
KilnaleckCookePatrick
KilnaleckCooneyPatrick
KilnaleckCorcoranLaurence
KilnaleckCoyleHugh
KilnaleckCoyleHugh
KilnaleckCoyleJohn
KilnaleckDrumBryan
KilnaleckFarrellJohn
KilnaleckFitzpatrickThomas
KilnaleckFlanaganJames
KilnaleckFloodRose
KilnaleckFloodBridget
KilnaleckFrizillJohn
KilnaleckGaffneyPatrick
KilnaleckGalliganPhilip
KilnaleckGalliganAndrew
KilnaleckGalliganOwen
KilnaleckGalliganAndrew
KilnaleckGalliganOwen
KilnaleckGalliganPeter
KilnaleckGalliganPatrick
KilnaleckGalliganMichael
KilnaleckGivneyPatrick
KilnaleckGolrickCatherine
KilnaleckHylandGeorge
KilnaleckKellyJames
KilnaleckKellyPeter
KilnaleckKeoganNicholas
KilnaleckLanauzeGeorge J.
KilnaleckLynchJohn
KilnaleckLynchOwen
KilnaleckLynchMichael
KilnaleckMaguireRichard
KilnaleckMaguireRichard
KilnaleckMartinJames
KilnaleckMastersonJames
KilnaleckMc CabeBridget
KilnaleckMc CleanBernard
KilnaleckMc GivneyPhilip
KilnaleckMc GivneyBartholw.
KilnaleckMc GivneyThomas
KilnaleckMc GivneyPhilip
KilnaleckMc GivneyPatrick
KilnaleckMc GivneyStephen
KilnaleckMc GovernHonoria
KilnaleckMorrisJames
KilnaleckMurtaghAnne
KilnaleckOrpenJohn H.
KilnaleckOwensAnne
KilnaleckReillyPhilip
KilnaleckReillyAnne
KilnaleckReillyRose
KilnaleckReillyJohn
KilnaleckReillyJohn
KilnaleckReillyPeter
KilnaleckReillyPhilip
KilnaleckReynoldsEdward
KilnaleckReynoldsJames
KilnaleckSheridanJames
KilnaleckSheridanPeter
KilnaleckSheridanPeter
KilnaleckSheridanEllen
KilnaleckSheridanAnne
KilnaleckSheridanRose
KilnaleckSheridanMichael
KilnaleckSheridanJohn
KilnaleckSheridanJames
KilnaleckSheridanPatrick
KilnaleckSheridanJohn
KilnaleckSmithJames
KilnaleckSmithJames
KilnaleckThompsonJames
KilnaleckTooleFrancis
KilnaleckTormeyPatrick
LatnadronaghBirdThomas
LatnadronaghBoylanJames
LatnadronaghBradyBryan
LatnadronaghCaldwellPatrick
LatnadronaghCaldwellThomas
LatnadronaghCaldwellAnthony
LatnadronaghCaldwellJohn
LatnadronaghCoylePeter
LatnadronaghCroninPhilip
LatnadronaghDolanThomas
LatnadronaghDowdPatrick
LatnadronaghGaffneyAndrew
LatnadronaghGalliganMatthew
LatnadronaghHeereyPatrick
LatnadronaghHeereyPhilip
LatnadronaghLeeCatherine
LatnadronaghLynchThomas
LatnadronaghLynchHenry
LatnadronaghMaguireJohn
LatnadronaghMaguirePatrick
LatnadronaghMaguireEliza
LatnadronaghMaguireDaniel
LatnadronaghMc CabeMatthew, Jr.
LatnadronaghMc CabeOwen
LatnadronaghMc CabePatrick
LatnadronaghMc CabeMatthew
LatnadronaghMc CabeJohn
LatnadronaghMc EvoyPatrick
LatnadronaghMulvanyOwen
LatnadronaghReillyThomas
LatnadronaghReillyPatrick
LatnadronaghSmithAnne
LatnadronaghSmithMary
LatnadronaghSmithWilliam
LecharryBarrettHugh
LecharryBennettMargaret
LecharryBennettHugh
LecharryBradyPatrick, Jr.
LecharryBradyBridget
LecharryBradyPatrick
LecharryCaldwellEdward
LecharryConnertyCatherine
LecharryCookeEdward
LecharryCookePatrick
LecharryCookePeter
LecharryCookeJohn
LecharryCooneyJohn
LecharryCooneyMatthew
LecharryCoyleAnne
LecharryCoylePatrick
LecharryCoyleJames
LecharryDowdPatrick
LecharryFayJames
LecharryFenningAnne
LecharryFloodEdward
LecharryHarteDaphney
LecharryHeereyThomas
LecharryHeereyNicholas
LecharryMaxwellMary Anne
LecharryMc CabeEdward
LecharryMc CabeHugh
LecharryMc EvoyMichael
LecharryMc EvoyPeter
LecharryMc KeonJames
LecharryMc KeonThomas
LecharryMc MahonPatrick
LecharryMc MahonCatherine
LecharryPlunketJames
LecharryPlunkettMichael
LecharryReillyMary
LecharrySheridanMatthew
LecharrySmithJames
LecharryWhiteAlexander
LisdonnishBartleyPhilip
LisdonnishCharletonPeter
LisdonnishHigginsThomas
LisdonnishLittleBridget
LisdonnishMartinBernard
LisdonnishMurrayEdward
LisdonnishReillyPatrick
LisdonnishReillyBernard
LisdonnishRorkeThomas
LisdonnishRorkeHugh
LisdonnishRorkeFelix
MullacastleBoylanTerence
MullacastleBoylanPhilip
MullacastleCaldwellThomas
MullacastleCallanMichael
MullacastleCallanPatrick
MullacastleCusackJames
MullacastleFayJames
MullacastleFloodThomas
MullacastleFloodPatrick, Sr.
MullacastleFloodPatrick, Jr.
MullacastleFloodPatrick
MullacastleFloodOwen
MullacastleFloodBridget, Jr.
MullacastleFloodBridget
MullacastleFlynnLaurence
MullacastleGallagherPatrick
MullacastleGalliganAndrew
MullacastleGalliganPeter
MullacastleGalliganJames
MullacastleGalliganBryan
MullacastleLynchMatthew
MullacastleMc KeonBryan
MullacastleMurphyJames
MullacastleMurtaghOwen
MullacastleReillyMargaret
MullacastleReillyJohn
MullacastleReillyHugh
MullacastleReillyAnne
MullacastleReillyThomas
MullacastleSheridanTerence
MullacastleSheridanNicholas
MullacastleSmithJohn
MullacastleSmithPatrick
MullaghkeelGillenSimon
MullaghkeelSmithPhilip
PollareaghBoylanFrancis
PollareaghBoylanMary
PollareaghCosgrovePhilip
PollareaghCosgrovePatrick
PollareaghCosgroveThomas
PollareaghFaughnanPeter
PollareaghGalliganThomas
PollareaghGalliganDaniel
PollareaghKeoghEdward
PollareaghKeoghDaniel
PollareaghMurphyPatrick
PollareaghReillyThomas
PollareaghSmithEllen
PollareaghStaffordJohn
PollareaghStaffordThomas
PollareaghStaffordJames
PollareaghStaffordBenjamin
PollareaghStaffordGeorge
PortanGalliganLaurence
PortanHeereyCatherine
PortanHeereyPhilip
PortanStaffordGeorge
PortanStephensWilliam
RaharvertyCollumJohn
RaharvertyFlemingJohn
RaharvertyKellyJames
RaharvertyMc CaulyArthur
RassanBradyMatthew
RassanBradyAnne
RassanCallaghanPatrick
RassanComerfordJohn
RassanDignamAndrew
RassanKingMatthew
RassanLittleMichael
RassanLittleRose
RassanLynchBridget
RassanLynchThomas
RassanLynchPatrick
RassanLynchPhilip
RassanMaguireEllen
RassanMc EnernyMichael
RassanMc EvoyMary
RassanMc EvoyEdward
RassanMc EvoyMichael
RassanMc EvoyMatthew
RassanMc EvoyWilliam
RassanMc GaughranPeter, Jr.
RassanMc GaughranPeter
RassanMc IntyrePeter
RassanMc IntyrePatrick
RassanMc IntyreBryan
RassanMc IntyreJohn
RassanMooreWilliam
RassanMorroghRobert
RassanReillyJohn
RassanReillyHugh
RassanReillyThomas
RassanReillyCharles
RassanTimmonsMichael
RockfieldAchesonThomas
RockfieldBrayChristopher
RockfieldBriodyJohn
RockfieldCampbellAnne
RockfieldCoyleJames
RockfieldGalliganPeter
RockfieldGeraghAndrew
RockfieldLynchJohn
RockfieldMc GaughranPatrick
RockfieldMonaghanPatrick
RockfieldSmithMichael
RockfieldSmithBartholomew
SallaghillDonohoeMichael
SallaghillGaffneyFrancis
SallaghillReillyJohn
SallaghillReillyJohn, Jr.
SallaghillStaffordJohn
SallaghillStaffordGeorge
SallaghillTraynorJohn
Tedeehan LowerHeaslopBenjamin
Tedeehan MiddleCoyleHenry
Tedeehan MiddleCoyleBridget
Tedeehan MiddleCoyleAnne
Tedeehan MiddleMortonPierce
Tedeehan MiddleSmithJohn
Tedeehan UpperClerkenPatrick
Tedeehan UpperConnertyJames
Tedeehan UpperConnertyPatrick
Tedeehan UpperDonohoeMary
Tedeehan UpperDonohoeBridget
Tedeehan UpperFosterWilliam
Tedeehan UpperGalliganJohn
Tedeehan UpperGilroyBridget
Tedeehan UpperMurphyThomas
Tedeehan UpperPallasAndrew C.
TogherBuchananWilliam
TogherFarnhamLord ???
TogherHeaslipHenry
TogherHughesPatrick
TogherLowryJohn
TogherMaguireAnne
TogherMaguireJames
TogherMalcolmsonJohn
TogherMalcomsonThomas
TogherMalcomsonJames
TogherMc CabeJames
TogherMc GillJohn
TogherMc GillWilliam
TogherMc GillRobert
TogherMc KiernanBryan
TogherMurrayPatrick
TogherMurrayMary
TogherReillyJames
TogherSmithJohn
TogherSpinksCharlton
TogherSpinksNugent
TogherWestRichard
TogherWhiteWilliam
TogherWhiteAnthony
TonylionBoylanLuke
TonylionBoylanPatrick
TonylionBoylanBernard
TonylionBoylanBryan
TonylionBoylanMatthew, Jr.
TonylionBoylanMatthew
TonylionBradyMargaret
TonylionCoyleHugh
TonylionFanninPatrick
TonylionFayJames
TonylionFlynnLaurence
TonylionGalliganBryan
TonylionGalliganOwen
TonylionGalliganAndrew
TonylionGoldrickJames
TonylionMc PartlandPatrick
TonylionReillyPhilip
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Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

The primary valuation of Ireland, or Griffith's Valuation, which was carried out between 1848 and 1864, to determine liability to pay the Poor rate (a tax for the support of ...
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