Lough Gowna Townland

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Irish NameAn Screabach
Logainm ID5664


Lewis 1837

SCRABBY, or BALLIMACKELLENNY, a posttown and parish,in the barony of TULLOGHONOHO, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 15 miles (S. W. by S.) from Cavan, and 70 (N. N. W.) from Dublin) containing 2668 inhabitants, of which number, 183 are in the town. This small town, which in 1831 contained 40 houses, consists chiefly of one street extending along the road from Arvagh to Granard; it has a sub-post-office to Crossdoney, and fairs are held on Feb. 10th, May 12th, Aug. 1st, and Dec. 12th. The parish comprises, according to the Ordnance survey, 6661 statute acres, of which 1182 are in Lough Gowna; the land is of indifferent quality. It is a vicarage, in the diocese of Ardagh, forming part of the union of Granard: the rectory is in dispute. The tithes amount to £157. 16. 11., of which £87. 13. 10. is payable to the vicar; the remainder is rectorial. The church adjoins the town.

1609 Plantation Maps by Bodley

Bodley’s map of Tullyhunco 1610

Historical Background/Context After the flight of the earls in 1607 the six escheated (confiscated) counties of Ulster which comprised Armagh, ...
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Name in 1609Clonue
Map referenceCT10
Plantation EstateCarrotubber
OwnerSir Alexander Hamilton

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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Name in 1652Skrabbagh
ProprietorSir Francis Hamilton

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

Tithe Applotment Books of 1832

Tithes were a tax imposed on tenant farmers by the established church, the Church of Ireland. This was the main ...
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TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear
Lough GownaScrabyAllenJohn1834
Lough GownaScrabyBradyEdward1834
Lough GownaScrabyBradyMathw1834
Lough GownaScrabyBradyMichl1834
Lough GownaScrabyBullyEdmond1834
Lough GownaScrabyBunneyAb1834
Lough GownaScrabyCabooeyOwen1834
Lough GownaScrabyCoyle1834
Lough GownaScrabyCullumCharles1834
Lough GownaScrabyCullumThomas1834
Lough GownaScrabyCurrayJno1834
Lough GownaScrabyCurrayJohn1834
Lough GownaScrabyFarrollyAndrew1834
Lough GownaScrabyFeillyKill1834
Lough GownaScrabyFeillyPatt1834
Lough GownaScrabyFlemmingJames1834
Lough GownaScrabyFoxWilliam1834
Lough GownaScrabyFrazorJohn1834
Lough GownaScrabyGooinPatt1834
Lough GownaScrabyHansmithSamuel1834
Lough GownaScrabyHownGeorge1834
Lough GownaScrabyHownJohn1834
Lough GownaScrabyLongJames1834
Lough GownaScrabyMartinSam1834
Lough GownaScrabyMartinThomas1834
Lough GownaScrabyMastersonHugh1834
Lough GownaScrabyMccabeCharles1834
Lough GownaScrabyMegillJohn1834
Lough GownaScrabyMegrathMichl1834
Lough GownaScrabyMulliganDandy1834
Lough GownaScrabyMulliganPeter1834
Lough GownaScrabyOreillyEdmund B1834
Lough GownaScrabyPirsonAlbr1834
Lough GownaScrabyReillyEdmond1834
Lough GownaScrabySheillMichl1834
Lough GownaScrabySheridanThomas1834
Lough GownaScrabySmythPatt1834
Lough GownaScrabyTully1834
Lough GownaScrabyWoodGeorge1834
TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear

Name Books of 1836

No records found

Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

Lough GownaAchesonAlexander
Lough GownaBerneyJames
Lough GownaBriordyBernard
Lough GownaCampbellMichael
Lough GownaCoganPhilip
Lough GownaCommiskyBryan
Lough GownaCoyleHarriet
Lough GownaCoyleHarriet
Lough GownaCullumbMary
Lough GownaDonohoeHugh
Lough GownaDonohoeHugh
Lough GownaFlemingGen. Ed.
Lough GownaFloodPeter
Lough GownaGillmerThomas
Lough GownaKiernanJames
Lough GownaLeddyThomas
Lough GownaMaddenJames
Lough GownaMartinEdward
Lough GownaMastersonLaurence
Lough GownaMc CabeAlexander
Lough GownaMc CabeAlexander
Lough GownaMc GillNeal
Lough GownaMc ManusEugene
Lough GownaMulliganPeter
Lough GownaO'ReillyThomas
Lough GownaO'ReillyMary
Lough GownaO'ReillyMary
Lough GownaO'ReillyHenry
Lough GownaO'ReillyFrancis, M.D.
Lough GownaPiersonMary
Lough GownaQuinnPeter
Lough GownaReillyPeter
Lough GownaReillyPatrick
Lough GownaReynoldsPatrick
Lough GownaSheilOwen
Lough GownaSloneGeorge
Lough GownaSmithPhilip
Lough GownaSmithPatrick
Lough GownaSmithBernard
Lough GownaSmithBernard
Lough GownaWhitePatrick
Lough GownaWhitePatrick

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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