Munterconnaught Parish

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NameMunterconnaught
Irish NameMuintir Chonnacht
Logainm ID393
CountyCavan
BaronyCastlerahan
ParishMunterconnaught
Typecivil parish

Lewis 1837

MUNTERCONNAUGHT, a parish, in the barony of CASTLERAHAN, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 4 miles (N. by. E.) from Oldcastle, on the road from Kells to Ballyjamesduff; containing 2969 inhabitants. This parish is on the confines of the county of Meath, and comprises, according to the Ordnance survey, 7432¾ statute acres, of which 5828 are applotted under the tithe act, and 965½ are in Lough Ramor. It is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Kilmore, forming part of the union of Lurgan: the tithes amount to £148. The church is a very neat building, erected in 1832, by a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits. In the R. C. divisions it is part of the union of Castlerahan and Munterconnaught: the chapel is a good stone building. About 140 children are educated in a school aided by subscriptions; and there are three private schools, in which are about, 160 children. Here was anciently an hospital, the endowment of which was granted by Jas. I. to Sir Edward Moore.

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
BallaghdorraghBallaghdoroghAlex Blew
BehernaghBehernaghEdmond Maginiss
Behernagh Island
CarrickCarrickeLt Col Tristram Beresford
Cock Island
Corlea Island North
Corlea Island South
CorronaghCorranaghitraghLt Col Tristram Beresford
Corronagh Island
Corronagh Sand Bank
Cow Island
Crane Island
Croaghan
CrossafehinCrossfehenLt Col Tristram Beresford
Crossafehin Island
EighterIghterLt Col Tristram Beresford
Garrets Island
Illanakirka
IslandIllanMr Young & Others
KnockaraheenKnocklahenMr Young & Others
KnockatempleKnockampleLt Col Tristram Beresford
Knockatemple Island
KnocknagartanKnocknagartanLt Col Tristram Beresford
KnocknaveaghKnocknevyaThomas Tippin
LurganboyLorgenboyQuarter Master King
Mares Island
Porters Island
Ryefield
Ryefield Island
Scrabby Island
Sloe Island
TownlandTownland Name 1836CWS Proprietor Name

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

Tithe Applotment Books of 1832

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TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear
BallaghdorraghBallydunowCadanBryan1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowCarrellJudith1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowFarrellyThos1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowGreyJohn1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowLynchPatt1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowMcenteeMathew1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowMeonaghJames1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowPorterHugh1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowPorterWilliam1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowQuanyEarl1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowRahallJames1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowTigheLaurence1825
BallaghdorraghBallydunowTogherThos1825
BehernaghBehernaghBressellPatt1825
BehernaghBehernaghBressell1825
BehernaghBehernaghFarrellyBryan1825
BehernaghBehernaghFarrellyMathew1825
BehernaghBehernaghFarrellyPhilip1825
BehernaghBehernaghFitzsimonsPatt1825
BehernaghBehernaghFlinnFrank1825
BehernaghBehernaghFlinnOwen1825
BehernaghBehernaghFlinnPatt1825
BehernaghBehernaghFlinnSimon1825
BehernaghBehernaghGalliganPeter1825
BehernaghBehernaghHamiltonFrank1825
BehernaghBehernaghHeadertonPeter1825
BehernaghBehernaghHeadertonWilliam1825
BehernaghBehernaghHeoganThomas1825
BehernaghBehernaghKingSimon1825
BehernaghBehernaghMurphyPatt1825
BehernaghBehernaghReillyCharles1825
BehernaghBehernaghReillyJohn1825
BehernaghBehernaghReillyPhilip1825
BehernaghBehernaghSkellyChristopher1825
BehernaghBehernaghSkellyEdward1825
BehernaghBehernaghSkellyPeter1825
BehernaghBehernaghTormeyPhill1825
BehernaghBehernaghWoodsPatt1825
CarrickCarrickConnellMathew1825
CarrickCarrickFarrellyBarthw1825
CarrickCarrickGibneyPatt1825
CarrickCarrickGillickJohn1825
CarrickCarrickGriffinHugh1825
CarrickCarrickHenryWm1825
CarrickCarrickMcenroeJas1825
CarrickCarrickMcenroeJohn1825
CarrickCarrickSargentRobt1825
CarrickCarrickWhiteAnthw1825
CarrickCarrickWhiteJohn1825
CorronaghCoronaghBechCarl1825
CorronaghCoronaghBradyHugh1825
CorronaghCoronaghClearkenTerence1825
CorronaghCoronaghConatyBryan1825
CorronaghCoronaghFlinnMichael1825
CorronaghCoronaghHenryJames1825
CorronaghCoronaghMcenroeJohn1825
CorronaghCoronaghPorterMathew1825
CroaghanCrohanBecliveCarl1825
CroaghanCrohanBleaklyJas1825
CroaghanCrohanBradyThomas1825
CroaghanCrohanCarrellPhilip1825
CroaghanCrohanFarrellyPatt1825
CroaghanCrohanFarrellyThomas1825
CroaghanCrohanFitzsimonsJas1825
CroaghanCrohanGarriganMichl1825
CroaghanCrohanGibneyJohn1825
CroaghanCrohanGlennanPhilip1825
CroaghanCrohanHeadertonWilliam1825
CroaghanCrohanKierman1825
CroaghanCrohanKiernanJohn1825
CroaghanCrohanLynch1825
CroaghanCrohanMcenroeJas1825
CroaghanCrohanMcenroeMathew1825
CroaghanCrohanMcquaideThos1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenFarrellyBarthw1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenFarrellyPatrick1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenFarrellyTerence1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenGlennanEdward1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenGlennanPatt1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenReillyJohn1825
CrossafehinCrossphaenReillyPhilip1825
EighterEighterBarthrimJas1825
EighterEighterBecliveEarl1825
EighterEighterBleaklyJas1825
EighterEighterBrennanLaurence1825
EighterEighterCaffryOwen1825
EighterEighterConatyHugh1825
EighterEighterHeadertonThomas1825
EighterEighterLeeStephen1825
EighterEighterMeathFras1825
EighterEighterMonaghan1825
EighterEighterMulvaryMathew1825
EighterEighterReillyJohn1825
EighterEighterReillyPhilip1825
EighterEighterSargentRobt1825
EighterEighterStrongJohn1825
EighterEighterStrongStephen1825
EighterEighterTrelfortThomas1825
EighterEighterWhitelyJoseph1825
EighterEighterWilsonWillm1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenCaffrtThos1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenCaffryLuke1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenCaffryPatrick1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenGillickThomas1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenMcenroeHugh1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenSmithThos1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenTuiteJohn1825
KnockaraheenKnockeraheenTuiteMathew1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonBecliveEarl1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonColwellJohn1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonGilsenanJames1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonGilsenanJohn1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonGilsenanMichael1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonMathewsPeter1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonMcenteeMathew1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonReillyMathew1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonSkellyPeter1825
KnocknagartanKnocknagastonSkellyRobert1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghCooteJohn1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghForsythThos1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghHallJames1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghHallJohn1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghMccannRobert1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghMcenroeMathew1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghSherwood1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveaghWrayWilliam1825
KnocknaveaghKnocknaveyhMatthewsWilliam1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleBleakleyJas1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleCarrellThomas1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleCondronJohn1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleCondronWilliam1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleCullinJohn1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleFarrellyPhilip1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleFlemingJames1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleGlennanRichard1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleHeadertonJames1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleHeadertonJas1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleHeadertonThos1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleHenisonOwen1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleHenisonThos1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleLynchThomas1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleLynch1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleReillyHenry1825
KnockatempleKnocktempleTullyMichl1825
LurganboyLurganboyCaddanMichl1825
LurganboyLurganboyLynchJames1825
LurganboyLurganboyLynchOwen1825
LurganboyLurganboyLynchPatrick1825
LurganboyLurganboyMaloneJohn1825
LurganboyLurganboyMcguinesEdward1825
LurganboyLurganboyPlunketJohn1825
LurganboyLurganboyPlunketThos1825
LurganboyLurganboyReillyGarret1825
LurganboyLurganboyTuiteAndrew1825
LurganboyLurganboyTuitePatt1825
RyefieldRyefieldFlinnPatrick1825
RyefieldRyefieldFlinnPeter1825
RyefieldRyefieldGillickJas1825
RyefieldRyefieldGreyJohn1825
RyefieldRyefieldHamiltonFras1825
RyefieldRyefieldHamiltonWilliam1825
RyefieldRyefieldHawthornHugh1825
RyefieldRyefieldLynchThomas1825
RyefieldRyefieldMcgovernJas1825
RyefieldRyefieldMynaghPatrick1825
RyefieldRyefieldPlantEarl1825
RyefieldRyefieldPorterGeorge1825
RyefieldRyefieldPorterHugh1825
RyefieldRyefieldPorterJames1825
RyefieldRyefieldPorterJohn1825
RyefieldRyefieldPorterMathew1825
RyefieldRyefieldReillyPeter1825
RyefieldRyefieldReillyRichard1825
RyefieldRyefieldWoodsCharles1825
RyefieldRyefieldWoodsLaurence1825
RyefieldRyefieldWoodsPatrick1825
TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear

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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Munterconnaught Parish

There was an endowed Hospital here. King James granted a lease of it for the terms of 21 years to Sir Edward Moore at the rent of 15d. It contains 7433.2.5 acres of which 964.2.8 are water -? part of Lough Ramor -? and 9.3.26 are islands in that Lough. Of the land 5932 acres are arable and 568 acres bog and rough pasture. It contains a church and R.C. Chapel but no town or village.

Ballaghdorragh

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 325 1/2 acres including 8 1/2 acres of bog, situated in its Northern extremity. Its highest ground on its Eastern boundary is ? feet above the level of the sea. A bye road passes through it. The soil is tolerably good. Hedge rows are generally planted with trees.

Behernagh

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 770 3/4 acres containing 119 acres of bog. Two bye roads pass through it. It contains two forts and two neat two storied (sic) slated houses with considerable farms attached. The soil is of a middling quality but very stony. Its highest ground near its Northern Boundary is 530 feet above the level of the sea.

Carrick

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 557 acres, all of which is arable land, except 84 acres of bog and 4 of plantation. The road from Oldcastle to Kells and a bye road pass through this townland; close to the latter mentioned road stands a school.

Corranagh

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 370 1/2 acres of arable land, 37 of bog and 24 of plantation. The Ferry road passes through it. There are two ancient forts in it, one near the centre, the other near its S.W. boundary. The soil is of a middling quality but very stony. It contains a trigl. point near Lough Ramor, 340 feet above the level of the sea.

Crohan

Is the property of Marquis of Headfort and contains 442 1/4 acres including 39 of bog and 10 of plantation. The Virginia and Kells roads pass through it; also a bye road. Lake View House is situated near its N. boundary. A hill near its centre planted with trees is 575 feet above the sea.

Crossafehin

Is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 218 1/2 acres of arable land. The Kells and Virginia road passes through it. Its highest ground is at its Western side and is 438 feet above the level of the sea.

Eighter

Is the property of Marquis of Headfort and contains 718 and three quarter acres including 35 of bog and 5 of plantation. The Oldcastle and Virginia road passes through the townland, also a bye road. The residence of the Revd. R. Sargent is in the Northern part of the townland. There is an ancient fort in it situated close to the Oldcastle road from Virginia.

Island

Is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 379 acres of arable land, with 23 of bog and 10 of plantation. There are two ancient forts in the townland one situated near its West boundary, the other in the Southern part of the townland. The Oldcastle and Bailieborough road passes through it. The soil is tolerably productive.

Knockaraheen

Is the property of Ed. Rotheram, Esqr., of Cross. It contains 317 1/2 acres including 53 of bog. The Oldcastle and Kells road passes through it and a bye road. It contains two forts; one of them, situated close to its Western boundary, is 514 feet above the sea. Its bog is a portion of a very extensive one situated at its N.E. boundary. The farms are large and the soil tolerably productive.

Knocknaveigh

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 422 3/4 acres including 14 acres of bog. The Kells and Oldcastle road passes through its Southern part and a bye road traverses it in various directions. A castle belonging to the Fingal or Plunket family formerly stood in it.

Knocknagartan

It is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 252 acres all cultivated except 13 acres of bog. No road passes through it. It contains two forts and a clump of trees on the top of a hill. Tubber Patrick or St. Patrick's Well is situated in it. The soil is poor and very stony.

Knockatemple

Is the property of the Marquis of Headfort. Contains 488 acres including 56 of bog. The Virginia and Kells road and the Ferry road pass through the townland. The church and R.C. Chapel are both situated in this townland. There are also 6 acres of plantation. A moat stands close to the shore of Lough Ramor, and it has a castle ruins beside it.

Lurganboy

Is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 272 1/4 acres of which ? are bog. The Oldcastle and Virginia road pass through it and the Oldcastle and Kells roads are connected by a bye road which passes through it. A hill in its N.E. part is 543 feet above the sea. It contains a school.

Ryefield

Is the property of the Marquis of Headfort and contains 923 acres including 46 of bog and 17 of plantation. The remainder is arable land. The Oldcastle and Bailieboro' and Kells and Virginia roads pass through this townland. In the Southern part of this townland are situated a corn mill and kiln.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
HeadfortMarquis ???
BallaghdorraghBrowneCharles
BallaghdorraghCaddenBryan
BallaghdorraghCondronJohn
BallaghdorraghGillickJoseph
BallaghdorraghGrayJames
BallaghdorraghHeadfortMarquis ???
BallaghdorraghLynchOwen
BallaghdorraghLynchMichael
BallaghdorraghMinaghJames
BallaghdorraghPorterJames
BallaghdorraghPorterHugh
BallaghdorraghPurcellMargaret
BallaghdorraghRahillPatrick
BallaghdorraghReillyCharles
BallaghdorraghReillyCatherine
BallaghdorraghReillyJohn
BallaghdorraghReillyThomas
BallaghdorraghReillyPeter
BallaghdorraghReillyPatrick
BallaghdorraghTogherMary
BallaghdorraghTogherOwen
BallaghdorraghTogherThomas
BehernaghBrestleMary
BehernaghBrestleHonoria
BehernaghCondonJohn
BehernaghDowdJames
BehernaghFarrellyMatthew
BehernaghFarrellyPeter
BehernaghFarrellyThomas
BehernaghFitzsimonBryan
BehernaghFlynnBridget
BehernaghFlynnMary
BehernaghFlynnJohn
BehernaghFlynnCatherine
BehernaghFlynnPatrick
BehernaghGallaghanBridget
BehernaghGalliganPatrick
BehernaghGriffinMargaret
BehernaghHamiltonJohn
BehernaghHeadfortMarquis ???
BehernaghHealyPatrick
BehernaghHenryJohn
BehernaghHetheringtonWilliam
BehernaghHetheringtonPeter
BehernaghKeoghanPeter
BehernaghKeroquinBarthw.
BehernaghLeeBernard
BehernaghMageeMary
BehernaghMc EnroeThomas
BehernaghMc InroePatrick
BehernaghMulvanyThomas
BehernaghReillyJames
BehernaghReillyHugh
BehernaghReillyJohn
BehernaghReillyPatrick
BehernaghSkellyJames
BehernaghSkellyEdward
BehernaghSkellyPeter
BehernaghSkellyPeter, Jr.
BehernaghSmythHugh
BehernaghTormeyPhilip
BehernaghTullyPhilip
BehernaghWaltersonJohn
BehernaghWritCatherine
CarrickCaffreyJohn
CarrickCaffreyPatrick
CarrickCarrollCornelius
CarrickConnellMatthew
CarrickFitzsimonMary
CarrickFoxThomas
CarrickGibneyPatrick
CarrickGillickMary
CarrickHeadfortMarquis ???
CarrickMc DowellThomas
CarrickMc EnroePhilip
CarrickMc EnroePatrick
CarrickMc EnroeCatherine
CarrickPlunkettPatrick
CarrickReillyJohn
CarrickReillyBridget
CarrickSargentHenry
CarrickShanahanCharles
CarrickStephenJohn
CarrickWhiteHenry
CarrickWhitelyCharles
CorronaghBradyWilliam
CorronaghBradyJames
CorronaghCaffreyThomas
CorronaghConertyBryan
CorronaghConertyMichael
CorronaghConertyThomas
CorronaghFarrellyMary
CorronaghGrahamGeorge
CorronaghHeadfortMarquis ???
CorronaghHenryRobert
CorronaghHenryElizabeth
CorronaghHenryWilliam
CorronaghHenryWilson
CorronaghHethertonCatherine
CorronaghMagillJames
CorronaghMagillMary
CorronaghMc EnroeJohn
CorronaghMulvanyPat.
CorronaghPorterMatthew
CroaghanBlakelyJames
CroaghanBradyBernard
CroaghanBradyTerence
CroaghanCarrollPatrick
CroaghanCarrollAnne
CroaghanCoxRalph
CroaghanDonnellyPatrick
CroaghanElliottRobert
CroaghanGaffneyJudith
CroaghanGibneyCatherine
CroaghanGlennningJames
CroaghanGlennningEdward
CroaghanHeadfortMarquis ???
CroaghanHethertonWilliam
CroaghanKiernanJohn
CroaghanLynchAnne
CroaghanLynchMichael
CroaghanMc DermottCatherine
CroaghanMc EnroeMary
CroaghanMc EnroePhilip
CroaghanMc EnroeJohn
CroaghanMc QuaideElizabeth
CroaghanReillyJames
CroaghanSargeantHenry
CroaghanTuiteAndrew
CroaghanWardMary
CrossafehinFarrellyThomas
CrossafehinGillickCornelius
CrossafehinGlenningPhilip
CrossafehinGlenningPatrick
CrossafehinGlenningThomas
CrossafehinO'ReillyRev. Ter.
CrossafehinReillyAnne
CrossafehinReillyPeter
CrossafehinSargentHenry
EighterBertramJames
EighterBlakeJohn
EighterBlakelyWilliam
EighterCaffreyOwen
EighterConnertyThomas
EighterHethertonThomas
EighterKeanePatrick
EighterLeeJohn
EighterMc CabeJohn
EighterMc DowellFrancis
EighterMc LoughlinEdward
EighterMc NameeFrancis
EighterMonaghanMichael
EighterMulvanyMatthew
EighterO'ReillyRev. Ter.
EighterPlunkettThomas
EighterReillyAnne
EighterSargentHenry
EighterSmithJames
EighterStrongJohn
EighterStrongStephen
EighterWhitelyCharles
IslandBrennanOwen
IslandFarrellyPatrick
IslandHeadfortMarquis ???
IslandKiernanPeter
IslandKingJames
IslandMc DonnellChristopher
IslandMc EnroeMatthew
IslandMc EnroeRose
IslandMc EnroePhilip
IslandMc EnroeMary
IslandMc EnroeJohn
IslandMc EnroeMichael
IslandMc EnroeLaurence
IslandMurphyPatrick
IslandMurphyJames
IslandMurphyBryan
IslandMurphyBernard, Sr.
IslandReillyPeter
IslandRieleyBernard
IslandSheridanPeter
KnockaraheenGillickMichael
KnockaraheenGillickPatrick
KnockaraheenKellyPatrick
KnockaraheenMaguirePhilip
KnockaraheenMc EnroeHugh
KnockaraheenRotheramEdward
KnockaraheenSheridanJohn
KnockaraheenTuitePatrick
KnockaraheenTuitePatrick, Jr.
KnockatempleBlakeThomas
KnockatempleBlakelyJames
KnockatempleBowlesWilliam
KnockatempleBradyEdward
KnockatempleByrneFrancis
KnockatempleCarrollMichael
KnockatempleCarrollJames
KnockatempleCondonThomas
KnockatempleCullenFrancis
KnockatempleDuffyBridget
KnockatempleEnnisOwen
KnockatempleEnnisThomas
KnockatempleFarrellyEdward
KnockatempleFarrellyPeter
KnockatempleFlemingJames
KnockatempleForsythAmbrose
KnockatempleGalliganPeter
KnockatempleGillickDenis
KnockatempleGlenningJames
KnockatempleGogartyPatrick
KnockatempleHeadfordMarquis ???
KnockatempleHethertonPeter
KnockatempleHethertonPatrick
KnockatempleHethertonJas., Jr.
KnockatempleHethertonJames, Jr.
KnockatempleHethertonJames
KnockatempleKiernanJames
KnockatempleLynchPhilip
KnockatempleLynchThomas
KnockatempleMurrayPatrick
KnockatempleNultyFrancis
KnockatempleTullyMargaret
KnockatempleWardPatrick
KnocknagartanCarrollPeter
KnocknagartanColdwellPatrick
KnocknagartanColdwellMary
KnocknagartanDonnellyBridget
KnocknagartanGilshenanAnne
KnocknagartanGilshenanMichael
KnocknagartanGilshenanJohn
KnocknagartanGrowneyMatthew
KnocknagartanGrowneyMichael
KnocknagartanHeadfortMarquis ???
KnocknagartanKennedyThomas
KnocknagartanKeoghanMatthew
KnocknagartanKeoghanChristopher
KnocknagartanMc EnteePatrick
KnocknagartanMc EnteeThomas
KnocknagartanSkellyPeter
KnocknaveaghCooteWilliam
KnocknaveaghCooteJames
KnocknaveaghDuffJohn
KnocknaveaghFaganJames
KnocknaveaghForsythWilliam
KnocknaveaghHallWilliam
KnocknaveaghHallJames
KnocknaveaghHeadfortMarquis ???
KnocknaveaghLeeBryan
KnocknaveaghLynchPatrick
KnocknaveaghMc EnroeJudith
KnocknaveaghMc ManusJohn
KnocknaveaghO'NeillThomas
KnocknaveaghReillyBernard
KnocknaveaghStanleyPeter
KnocknaveaghStrongHenry
KnocknaveaghStrongJohn
LurganboyCaddenThomas
LurganboyCaddenRose
LurganboyHeadfortMarquis ???
LurganboyKavanaghPatrick
LurganboyKellyRose
LurganboyLynchMichael
LurganboyLynchJames
LurganboyLynchLaurence
LurganboyMagennisEdward
LurganboyMagennisPatrick
LurganboyMagennisOwen
LurganboyMalonePatrick
LurganboyMc EnroePeter
LurganboyMc EnroePhilip
LurganboyPlunkettPatrick
LurganboyPlunkettThomas
LurganboyReillyPatrick
LurganboyReillyJames
LurganboyReillyGarrett
LurganboyTuiteWalter
LurganboyTuiteAndrew
LurganboyTuiteCatherine
RyefieldAllenMary
RyefieldBrideBridget
RyefieldByrneFrancis
RyefieldCaddenBryan
RyefieldCarrollThomas
RyefieldCarrollAndrew
RyefieldCarrollJane
RyefieldDonohoeJohn
RyefieldDouglasCharles
RyefieldDouglasWilliam
RyefieldFarrellyThomas
RyefieldFitzsimonThomas
RyefieldFlynnPatrick
RyefieldFoxPeter
RyefieldGarganBridget
RyefieldGillickJames
RyefieldGillickJoseph
RyefieldGrayJames
RyefieldGraySamuel
RyefieldGrayHenry
RyefieldHamiltonSarah
RyefieldHawthornJames
RyefieldHeadfortMarquis ???
RyefieldKingCharles
RyefieldKirwanBartholomew
RyefieldLittleHugh
RyefieldLynchThomas
RyefieldMastersonPatrick
RyefieldMc GovernJames
RyefieldMc GuireOwen
RyefieldMonaghanMary
RyefieldPorterJoseph
RyefieldPorterMichael
RyefieldPorterJames
RyefieldPorterJohn
RyefieldPorterHugh
RyefieldPorterMatthew
RyefieldRayMargaret
RyefieldReillyCharles
RyefieldReillyJames
RyefieldSmythLaurence
RyefieldTisdallJohn
RyefieldTygheJohn
RyefieldWiselyMichael
RyefieldWoodsAlicia
RyefieldWoodsMargaret
TownlandSurnameForename

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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