Shercock Parish

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NameKillan
Irish NameSearcóg
Logainm ID395
CountyCavan
BaronyClankee
ParishShercock
Typecivil parish

Lewis 1837

SHERCOCK, or KILLAN, a parish, in the barony of CLONKEE, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 5 miles (N. W.) from Carrickmacross, on the road from Kingscourt to Cootehill; containing 4845 inhabitants. It comprises, according to the Ordnance survey, 8221 statute acres: the land, in general good, is chiefly under tillage, producing crops of oats, potatoes and flax. On the townland of Glasleck, about two miles south of the village and contiguous to the Bailieborough road, appears a thick stratum of coal of a very sulphureous quality, also iron ore, but neither is worked: here are several quarries of good building stone. The village, which comprises 82 houses, has a penny post to Carrickmacross, and is a constabulary police station; a manorial court is occasionally held here, for the recovery of debts under 40s., and petty sessions on alternate Thursdays. There is a market for flax, poultry, and pigs every Wednesday; and a corn market every Saturday: and fairs, where horses, cows, sheep, asses, and goats are exposed for sale, take place on the second Wednesday of every month. The weaving of coarse linen was formerly carried on here to a great extent, but of late years it has considerably diminished. Lough Sillan, or Swillan, is a fine sheet of water, some miles in circumference, and surrounded by picturesque hills formerly clothed with wood: on the north its shores are planted, and on the south the ground is elevated and covered with corn fields, the view of the whole being bounded by high hills. The gentlemen’s seats are Shenan, the residence of E. Wilson, Esq.; Northlands, of Dean Adams; and the Glebe-house, of the Rev. F. Fitzpatrick.
The living is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Kilmore, and in the patronage of the Bishop; the tithes amount to £193. 16. 11. The glebe-house was erected by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1819; the glebe comprises 292¾ acres, valued at £406 per annum. The church adds much to the appearance of the village; it was built about 50 years since, and a tower has been recently added to it. In the R. C. divisions the parish is united to 48 townlands of Bailieborough parish, being the ancient parish of Killan, by which name it is still called in the R. C. church: the chapel is at Kilcrossbawn. The parish school is nearly supported by the Incumbent, who lately built the school-house, in which about 60 children are taught; another is supported by Mr. Singleton, at Kilcrossbawn; and there are also four private schools, in which are about 330 children, and two Sunday schools. This is the birthplace of the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, whose family resided here.

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
AnnaghierinAnaghyerinMr William Fitzherbert
CarrickcreenyCarrickachrienyMr William Fitzherbert
CorbeaghCorbehaghMr William Fitzherbert
CorclareCorchlareMr William Fitzherbert
Cornalara
CornaleenCornelyenaMr William Fitzherbert
CorraghyCorraghowMr William Fitzherbert
Crocklusty
Croley
Crossmakeelan
DarkleyDarklyMr William Fitzherbert
DerryDireMr William Fitzherbert
DrumadDromuddaMr William Fitzherbert
DrumlomDroimlumaMr William Fitzherbert
GlasleckGleshleckMr William Fitzherbert
KilcrossbegKillnecroshebeggMr William Fitzherbert
KilcrossduffKillnecroshedewMr William Fitzherbert
LatterriffLattardooMr William Fitzherbert
LecksLeckeMr William Fitzherbert
Lisataggart
Lisdrumfad
Lisdrumskea
LisnadarraghLisnedaraghMr William Fitzherbert
NolaghNowlaghMr William Fitzherbert
RabaneRawane
RalaghanRahlahanMr William Fitzherbert
ShercockSharkoggMr William Fitzherbert
ShinanSheenanMr William Fitzherbert
TullybrickTullybrickeMr William Fitzherbert
TownlandTownland Name 1836CWS Proprietor Name

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

Tithe Applotment Books of 1832

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TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear
AnnaghierinAnaheerinCassidyPeter1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinClarkeAndrew1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinClarkeOwen1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinClarkePeter1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinClarke1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinDealyThomas1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinDuffyBernard1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinHughstonJohn1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinJonesJames1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinJonesWilliam1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinLynchCharles1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcenteeMichael1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcgeeBernard1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcgeeDaniel1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcphilipsFrancis1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcphilipsIsabella1825
AnnaghierinAnaheerinMcphilipsThomas1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaClarkeTerrence1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaClarkeThomas1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottBryan1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottCharles1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottFrancis1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottPatrick1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottPhilip1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDermottThomas1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaDuffyMenassus1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaFarrelFrancis1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaFarrelRedmond1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaFarrellEdward1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaGillinJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaGillinThomas1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaGintyHenry1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaGrayDavid1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaHustJohn1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaIrwinJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaKennedyJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaKennedyJohn1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaKennedyThomas1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaKernanMichael1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaKernanOwen1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaLearyMichael1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaLynchPhilip1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaLynch1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaMartinWilliam1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaMathewsCatherine1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaMayJohn1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaMcelroyHenry1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaMcgraPatrick1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaRuxtonFitzherbert1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaSoraghanJohn1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaSoraghan1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaWalliceJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaWalliceWm1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaWrightJames1825
CarrickcreenyCarrickacreenaWright1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghCarkerJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghCarrolanCharles1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghConnorPeter1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghCrossinPhilip1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDealyNicholas1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDuffyJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDuffyRobert1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghLynchThomas1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghMccabeJohn1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghMccamusSamuel1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyCharles1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyOwen1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyPatrick1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReilly1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghSmithJohn1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghTallinThomas1825
CorclareCorklanIrwinRobert1825
CorclareCorklanLearyMichl1825
CorclareCorklanLearyThomas1825
CorclareCorklanMayloyHenry1825
CorclareCorklanRuxtonFitz1825
CorclareCorklanRuxtonWilliam1825
CorclareCorklanTraverseWm1825
CorclareCorklanWallaceWilliam1825
CorclareCorklanWynesWilliam1825
CornalaraCornalaraCavanaAndrew1825
CornalaraCornalaraClarkJohn1825
CornalaraCornalaraClarkeHugh1825
CornalaraCornalaraClarkeOwen1825
CornalaraCornalaraCluskeyTerrence1825
CornalaraCornalaraCoffyJohn1825
CornalaraCornalaraCoffy1825
CornalaraCornalaraConnolyVal1825
CornalaraCornalaraFeneganPeter1825
CornalaraCornalaraKeelanLawrence1825
CornalaraCornalaraMooneyNicholas1825
CornalaraCornalaraMooneyThomas1825
CornalaraCornalaraMurthaPhilip1825
CornalaraCornalaraTerneyBryan1825
CornalaraCornalaraTerneyThomas1825
CornaleenCornaleenCarollEdward1825
CornaleenCornaleenCoylePatrick1825
CornaleenCornaleenDuffJames1825
CornaleenCornaleenDuffyEdward1825
CornaleenCornaleenDuffyNeil1825
CornaleenCornaleenDuffyPatrick1825
CornaleenCornaleenKeenanThomas1825
CroleyCroleyBlemerMargrett1825
CroleyCroleyCarolanPhilix1825
CroleyCroleyCoylePeter1825
CroleyCroleyDermotPatrick1825
CroleyCroleyDoneryEdward1825
CroleyCroleyFitzsimmonsPatrick1825
CroleyCroleyGearlyJohn1825
CroleyCroleyKerinPatrick1825
CroleyCroleyLeavyBridget1825
CroleyCroleyMartinHugh1825
CroleyCroleyMartinJames1825
CroleyCroleyMartinPatrick1825
CroleyCroleyMccaulLuke1825
CroleyCroleyMccaulOwen1825
CroleyCroleyMccombsCharles1825
CroleyCroleyMccombsGeorge1825
CroleyCroleyMccombsThomas1825
CroleyCroleyMcennallyJames1825
CroleyCroleyMcennallyPatt1825
CroleyCroleyReillyBridget1825
CroleyCroleyRuxtonFitzherbert1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenBradyHugh1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenCarolanBryan1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenCarolanPhilip1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeAnthoney1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeJames1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeMichael1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkePatrick1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeTerrence1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenGormanEdward1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchDaniel1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchEdward1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchPhilip1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchThomas1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenMcconnonFrancis1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenReillyJohn1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenSmithThomas1825
* unmatchedCurraheenBrownJohn1825
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* unmatchedCurraheenHarperGeorge1825
* unmatchedCurraheenHarperRobert1825
* unmatchedCurraheenMccullaDavid1825
* unmatchedCurraheenMiddletonWilliam1825
* unmatchedCurraheenMullinTerrence1825
* unmatchedCurraheenNelsonJoseph1825
* unmatchedCurravillaHaganEdward1825
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* unmatchedCurravillaHallJames1825
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* unmatchedCurravillaMccabeOwen1825
* unmatchedCurravillaMcgloughlinIsaac1825
* unmatchedCurravillaMcgloughlinWm1825
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* unmatchedCurravillaYoungWilliam1825
DarkleyDarkleyBeggin1825
DarkleyDarkleyBradyJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyCarneyJohn1825
DarkleyDarkleyDealyJohn1825
DarkleyDarkleyDermotPhilip1825
DarkleyDarkleyDermottPatt1825
DarkleyDarkleyEdgersJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyEdgersRobert1825
DarkleyDarkleyFarrellyJohn1825
DarkleyDarkleyFoxPatrick1825
DarkleyDarkleyHalePatrick1825
DarkleyDarkleyHughstonJohn1825
DarkleyDarkleyKooganFelix1825
DarkleyDarkleyKooganOwen1825
DarkleyDarkleyLittleThomas1825
DarkleyDarkleyMccaulHugh1825
DarkleyDarkleyMccullaJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyMccullaThomas1825
DarkleyDarkleyMcguireJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyMcguireOwen1825
DarkleyDarkleyMcguireThomas1825
DarkleyDarkleyMilesJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyMilesNicholas1825
DarkleyDarkleyMilesWilliam1825
DarkleyDarkleyMullenMichael1825
DarkleyDarkleyMullen1825
DarkleyDarkleyReillyCharles1825
DarkleyDarkleyReillyPatrick1825
DarkleyDarkleyRooneyJames1825
DarkleyDarkleyRuxtonFitzhbt1825
DerryDeerryClarkBernard1825
DerryDeerryClarkPhilip1825
DerryDeerryDuffyOwen1825
DerryDeerryFitzsimmonsJohn1825
DerryDeerryFitzsimmonsPatrick1825
DerryDeerryGrayRobert1825
DerryDeerryMcenrooOwen1825
DerryDeerryMcenrooPeter1825
DerryDeerryMcenrooTerrence1825
DerryDeerryMcenteerJohn1825
DerryDeerryMurthaPatrick1825
DerryDeerryMurthaPeter1825
DerryDeerryMurthaPhilip1825
DerryDeerryMurthaThomas1825
DerryDeerryMurtha1825
DerryDeerryNiblockJohn1825
DerryDeerryReillyHugh1825
DerryDeerryReillyPatrick1825
DrumlomDrumlumHustonJohn1825
DrumlomDrumlumHustonWilliam1825
DrumlomDrumlumJonesBen1825
DrumlomDrumlumJonesWilliam1825
DrumlomDrumlumRuskJohn1825
DrumlomDrumlumRuskRobert1825
DrumadDrumodClisdallRobert1825
DrumadDrumodClisdall1825
DrumadDrumodDavisonThomas1825
DrumadDrumodDavisonWilliam1825
DrumadDrumodEahensJohn1825
DrumadDrumodEakinsRobert1825
DrumadDrumodEakinsSamuel1825
DrumadDrumodEakinsThomas1825
DrumadDrumodHannisonJames1825
DrumadDrumodHeekyJohn1825
DrumadDrumodHeekyPeter1825
DrumadDrumodLeavyJohn1825
DrumadDrumodMckennyJames1825
DrumadDrumodTraynorPatrick1825
DrumadDrumodWhiteHugh1825
DrumadDrumodWhiteRobert1825
DrumadDrumodWhiteThomas1825
GlasleckGlesleckArguThomas1825
GlasleckGlesleckBradyAndrew1825
GlasleckGlesleckBradyJohn1825
GlasleckGlesleckBradyOwen1825
GlasleckGlesleckBrady1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkPatrick1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkeFrancis1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkeJames1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkeJohn1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkeMichael1825
GlasleckGlesleckClarkeMiles1825
GlasleckGlesleckConnorJas1825
GlasleckGlesleckConnorMichael1825
GlasleckGlesleckConnorThomas1825
GlasleckGlesleckCoyleJames1825
GlasleckGlesleckFarrellyDaniel1825
GlasleckGlesleckFarrellyPatrick1825
GlasleckGlesleckFitzsimonJohn1825
GlasleckGlesleckHandAndrew1825
GlasleckGlesleckKellyGeorge1825
GlasleckGlesleckKellyOwen1825
GlasleckGlesleckLenninEdward1825
GlasleckGlesleckLyonsLawrence1825
GlasleckGlesleckLyonsPeter1825
GlasleckGlesleckMartinJames1825
GlasleckGlesleckMartinMichael1825
GlasleckGlesleckMcbreenHugh1825
GlasleckGlesleckMccaulMary1825
GlasleckGlesleckMccaul1825
GlasleckGlesleckMccullaJoseph1825
GlasleckGlesleckMcenteerOwen1825
GlasleckGlesleckMcenteerThomas1825
GlasleckGlesleckMcgeeAnthony1825
GlasleckGlesleckMckeePeter1825
GlasleckGlesleckRullyPatrick1825
GlasleckGlesleckShulsJames1825
GlasleckGlesleckSmithThomas1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossArgeeGeorge1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossArgeeThomas1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossArgeeThos1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBelshJohn1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBilshNathaniel1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBilshThomas1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBradyPatrick1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBrownAbrahan1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossBrownRobert1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossDemsterJohn1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossDonnellyFrancis1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossEakinsSamuel1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossFraynorJohn1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossJohnstonGeorge1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossMckitrickPeter1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossNelsonJames1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossNelsonWilliam1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossReillyPatrick1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossRullyBryan1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossRullyCharles1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossRullyPatrick1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossRully1825
KilcrossbegKillcrossWest1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffBoylMichael1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffBoylPatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffBradyMichael1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffCallaghanAnne1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffCallaghanOwen1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffCallaghanPat1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffCallaghanPatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffCallaghanThomas1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffClarkMichael1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffClarkeJames1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffClarkeJohn1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffClarkeOwen1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffConnollyNicholas1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffDuffyJohn1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffDunaganJames1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffDunaganOwen1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffDunaganPatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffFarguherPeter1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffFarrellyMathew1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffFitzpatrickDenis1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffGoodmanPatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffKillyPhilip1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffLynchOwen1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffMcenteerLawrence1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffMcenteerLuke1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffMcentirePatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffMcentirePhilip1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffMcentireThomas1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffReillyBernard1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffSweanyJames1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffWardJames1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffWardMichael1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffWardPatrick1825
KilcrossduffKillcrossduffWardTerrenc1825
LatterriffLatriffBaranninMathew1825
LatterriffLatriffBlomerHugh1825
LatterriffLatriffBlomerWm1825
LatterriffLatriffBoylThomas1825
LatterriffLatriffCambellJames1825
LatterriffLatriffClarkeJohn1825
LatterriffLatriffDanielThomas1825
LatterriffLatriffDrumHugh1825
LatterriffLatriffGallagher1825
LatterriffLatriffMartinPatrick1825
LatterriffLatriffMcabeHugh1825
LatterriffLatriffMcenteerBryan1825
LatterriffLatriffMcenteerOwen1825
LatterriffLatriffMcenteerPatrick1825
LatterriffLatriffMckennaJames1825
LatterriffLatriffMckennerJames1825
LatterriffLatriffMcympWilliam1825
LatterriffLatriffMilesPatrick1825
LatterriffLatriffMillsWilliam1825
LatterriffLatriffTooleJames1825
LecksLexCarney1825
LecksLexClarkeEdward1825
LecksLexClarkeJohn1825
LecksLexClarkePatrick1825
LecksLexClarkePhilip1825
LecksLexClarkeThos1825
LecksLexClarkeWilliam1825
LecksLexCoyleOwen1825
LecksLexCoylePatrick1825
LecksLexDuffyThomas1825
LecksLexDuffyWilliam1825
LecksLexFitzsimmonsJohn1825
LecksLexGarveyOwen1825
LecksLexGerveyPatrick1825
LecksLexHogan1825
LecksLexLynchDaniel1825
LecksLexMartinCharles1825
LecksLexMartinPatrick1825
LecksLexMaySamuel1825
LecksLexMcenteerBryan1825
LecksLexMcenteerPatrick1825
LecksLexMcenteerPhilip1825
LecksLexMcenteer1825
LecksLexMcky1825
LecksLexMorganOwen1825
LecksLexRuskHamilton1825
LecksLexRutherfordRobert1825
LecksLexSheridanJames1825
LecksLexSheridanPatrick1825
LecksLexTaylorJames1825
LecksLexTaylor1825
LecksLexWalliceJohn1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedCluskeyAnthony1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedCluskeyJames1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedCluskeyPat1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedCluskeyPatrick1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedConnorMichael1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedGeartyThomas1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedGearty1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedHallPatrick1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedMarrenPatrick1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedMccamasSamuel1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedMccannaKonely1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedMckeon1825
LisdrumfadLisdrumfeedRuxtonFitzherbt1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraBlomerJames1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraBlomerRobt1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraFerinHenry1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraJohnstonJohn1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraKellyWilliam1825
LisnadarraghLisnadarraReburnHenry1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertClarkeJames1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertConnolyPatrick1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertLarkinBryan1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertLarkinMathew1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertLarkinPatrick1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertMccaulOwen1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertMccombsCharles1825
LisataggartLisnatiyertSheridanJohn1825
NolaghNolaghArgueThomas1825
NolaghNolaghBradyPatrick1825
NolaghNolaghBrady1825
NolaghNolaghClarkThomas1825
NolaghNolaghClarkeFrancis1825
NolaghNolaghClarkeLawrence1825
NolaghNolaghClarkeMichael1825
NolaghNolaghClarkeOwen1825
NolaghNolaghClarkePhilip1825
NolaghNolaghClarke1825
NolaghNolaghCommiskeyLuke1825
NolaghNolaghCooneyAnne1825
NolaghNolaghCooneyFarrell1825
NolaghNolaghCooneyMicl1825
NolaghNolaghCooneyOwen1825
NolaghNolaghCooney1825
NolaghNolaghDonlyJames1825
NolaghNolaghDonlyPatrick1825
NolaghNolaghDunOwen1825
NolaghNolaghFarlyBryan1825
NolaghNolaghFarlyConnor1825
NolaghNolaghFarlyJames1825
NolaghNolaghKindelanThomas1825
NolaghNolaghLenninMichael1825
NolaghNolaghLynchDaniel1825
NolaghNolaghLynchHugh1825
NolaghNolaghLynchJames1825
NolaghNolaghLynchJohn1825
NolaghNolaghLynchPeter1825
NolaghNolaghLynch1825
NolaghNolaghMaddenBernard1825
NolaghNolaghMarrenJames1825
NolaghNolaghMaxwellWalter1825
NolaghNolaghMcdonaldJohn1825
NolaghNolaghMcentireJames1825
NolaghNolaghMcentireMichael1825
NolaghNolaghMcentirePeter1825
NolaghNolaghNaulty1825
NolaghNolaghOneilTerrence1825
NolaghNolaghReillyBryan1825
NolaghNolaghReillyJohn1825
NolaghNolaghReillyOwen1825
NolaghNolaghRodgersLawrence1825
NolaghNolaghSheerer1825
NolaghNolaghSmithJames1825
NolaghNolaghSmithMichael1825
NolaghNolaghSullivanPhilip1825
NolaghNolaghTraynorLaurence1825
NolaghNolaghTraynorPhilip1825
RabaneRabaunDonlyFrancis1825
RabaneRabaunMcgeeAnthony1825
RabaneRabaunReillyEdward1825
RabaneRabaunReillyJames1825
RabaneRabaunReillyLuke1825
RalaghanRelaghanCallaghanAnne1825
RalaghanRelaghanCallaghanOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanCallaghanPat1825
RalaghanRelaghanCallaghanPatrick1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeFrancis1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeJames1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeJohn1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeLaurence1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeMathiew1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkePatrick1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkePeter1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkePhilip1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarkeTerrence1825
RalaghanRelaghanClarke1825
RalaghanRelaghanCoyleOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanCoyleThomas1825
RalaghanRelaghanFarrellyEdward1825
RalaghanRelaghanFarrellyLawrence1825
RalaghanRelaghanFitzsimonsJohn1825
RalaghanRelaghanGallagherThomas1825
RalaghanRelaghanHalpennyJohn1825
RalaghanRelaghanHalpennyThos1825
RalaghanRelaghanKingArthur1825
RalaghanRelaghanMccannon1825
RalaghanRelaghanMccaul1825
RalaghanRelaghanMccombsJames1825
RalaghanRelaghanMcconnon1825
RalaghanRelaghanMcenteerOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanMcentireMichl1825
RalaghanRelaghanMcentirePeter1825
RalaghanRelaghanMcphilipsOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanNetly1825
RalaghanRelaghanQuin1825
RalaghanRelaghanRodgersLawrence1825
RalaghanRelaghanShortPatrick1825
RalaghanRelaghanSmithJames1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorAnne1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorBryan1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorJames1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorLawrence1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorLuke1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorMar1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorOwen1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorPat1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorPatrick1825
RalaghanRelaghanTraynorPhilip1825
RalaghanRelaghanWardMichael1825
RalaghanRelaghanWilliamsJames1825
ShinanShinanAdamsHenry1825
ShinanShinanAdamsJohn1825
ShinanShinanBloomerEdwd1825
ShinanShinanCambellJames1825
ShinanShinanClarkePatrick1825
ShinanShinanDrumBryan1825
ShinanShinanDrumHugh1825
ShinanShinanDuniganOwen1825
ShinanShinanFoyPeter1825
ShinanShinanHaganClare1825
ShinanShinanHaganEdward1825
ShinanShinanHaganJames1825
ShinanShinanMayPatrick1825
ShinanShinanMccabeHugh1825
ShinanShinanMccardleBryan1825
ShinanShinanMcguireJohn1825
ShinanShinanMckennyJames1825
ShinanShinanMooneyThomas1825
ShinanShinanMullenOwen1825
ShinanShinanRobertsWm1825
ShinanShinanTerrenceMiles1825
ShinanShinanVaughan1825
TullybrickTullabrickArgceWilliam1825
TullybrickTullabrickClarkeJames1825
TullybrickTullabrickClarkeRobt1825
TullybrickTullabrickHughstonHenry1825
TullybrickTullabrickHughstonWilliam1825
TullybrickTullabrickKellyJohn1825
TullybrickTullabrickKellyPatrick1825
TullybrickTullabrickRatherfordRobt1825
TullybrickTullabrickSloanJohn1825
TullybrickTullabrickSmithJohn1825
TullybrickTullabrickWailsSamuel1825
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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Parish Of Shercock

The town of Shercock is in Killan parish. The parish contains 8222.6512 acres, including of water 463a. 3r. 19p. and 5 small islands containing 1a. 1r. 24p. A well in Killann townland is called Tobar Ana. There were stations at it.

Annaghieran

It contains 217a. 1r. 25p. including of water 20a. 0r. 12p. and about 6 1/2 acres of bog. It belongs to John Singleton Esq. and is let at from 15s. to 20s. per acre. Farms are from 5 to 10 acres and in general produce oats, potatoes and flax. Inhabitants are chiefly Roman Catholics. There is a lough in the South side of the townland 275 feet above low water. A road passes through this townland from East to West leading from the Cavan road. It is returned as containing 5 carvaghs paying £1.19s.10d. per carvagh Co. Cess.

Carrickacreeny

It contains 551a. 2r. 37p. including water, 104a. 3r. 4p. and 1 island -? 0.0.12p., 28 1/2 acres of bog and 11 1/2 acres of plantation. It belongs to W. Ruxton and is let for about £1.7.6 per acre. Farms are from 4 to 10 acres. It produces oats, potatoes and flax. The Glebe house stands in the West side of the townland and is occupied at present by the Rev. Fredrick Fitzpatrick. A trigl. station stands in the West side of townland at 461 feet above the low water. The road leading from Shercock to Cootehill passes through its West side. There are two ancient forts in the South side. Gull I. belongs to this townland. It contains 8 carvaghs paying £16.18.5 Co. Cess.

Corbeagh

It contains 156a. 3r. 6p., 12 1/2 acres of which is bog and the remainder arable. It belongs to W. Ruxton and is let by lease of one life from £1 to £1.10 per acre. Farms are from 3 to 10 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains three carvaghs paying £3.18.9 Co. Cess. There are two ancient forts about the centre of the townland and a bye-road in the East side.

Corclare

It contains 62a. 1r. 35p. including water, 13a. 0r. 20p., and one island -? 0.0.13p. and 1 1/2 acres of planting. There is a portion of Lough Sillan which belongs to this townland also Bush I. The road leading from Shercock to Cootehill passes through it. From North to South the greatest height is 402 feet above low water.

Cornaleen

It contains 101a. 3r. 13p., about 4 1/2 acres of which is bog; the remainder is arable. It belongs to M. Ruxton and is let in farms of from 1 to 10 acres at £1.5 per acre. It contains 2 1/2 carvaghs paying £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station about the centre of the townland 577 feet above the low water.

Cornalaragh

It contains 202a. 0r. 29p. including water, 12a. 0r. 14p., about 5 acres of bog and 1 1/2 acres of rough pasture. It belongs to Richard Adams and is let by lease of 20 years from 24s. to 26s. per acre. Farms are from 3 to 12 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains 1 1/2 carvaghs, paying £2.19.9 Co. Cess. Cornaleen lake is in the South side of the townland, 495 feet above low water. A road also passes through its South side. Its greatest height is 625 feet and its lowest is 462 feet.

Corraghy

It contains 150a. 1 r. 20p. including water, 24a. 0r. 39p., and one island of 1a.0r.7p. and there are about 4 acres of bog. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by leases of some lives from 12s. to 30s. per acre. It produces oats, barley, potatoes and flax. There are three portions of lakes in this townland viz. Corraghy 364 feet above low water, Drumminick Lough 362 feet and Dromlom Lough 368 feet. There is also a trigl. station about the centre of the townland, 505 feet, and a road leading from Cavan to Cootehill. Co. Cess is £5.19.6.

Corravilla

It contains 223a. 2r. 20p. including water, 50a. 1r. 27p. and 4 acres of bog and 4 acres of rough land. It belongs to Will Ruxton and is let from £1.7s. to £1.10s. per acre. Farms are from 3 to 25 acres (no leases). It produces oats, potatoes and flax. There is a portion of Milltown in the East side of the townland and a smith's forge. There is also a portion of Milltown lough which stands 365 feet above low water. It contains three carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh.

Crockluskey

It contains 103a. 3r. 26p. of which 7 acres are bog and the remainder is middling good arable land. It belongs to the Rev. F. Fitzpatrick and is let at from 27s. to 30s. per acre. It produces oats, potatoes and flax. Farms are from 3 to 40 acres. It is distant from Shercock 2 miles. Its greatest height is 516 feet, and its lowest is 395 feet, above low water and it pays £2.9.9. Cess. (This is glebe land).

Crolly

It contains 222a. 2r. 15p. about 15 acres of which is bog and 2 acres of planting. It belongs to William Ruxton and is let from 24s. to 28s. per acre. Farms are from 2 to 12 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains 4 1/4 carvaghs of which each pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is an ancient fort in the West side of the townland called Lisnageer fort. The road leading from Shercock to Carrickmacross passes through this townland. Its greatest height is 496 feet and its lowest 326 feet above low water.

Crossmakeelan

It contains 265a. 3r. 26p. about 23 acres of which is bog. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of three lives from 10s. to 15s. per acre. Farms are from 3 to 10 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains three carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. A road leading from Bailieborough to Kingscourt passes through it. The greatest height above low water is 804 feet and lowest 651 feet.

Darkley

It contains 447a. 0r. 12p. including 89a. 2r. 13p. of water, one island -? 0.0.16p., 13 acres of rough land and 1 1/2 acres of planting. Farms are from 1a. to 20a. and are let at from 24s. to 30s. per acre. They produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 8 1/2 carvaghs paying £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station about the centre of the townland, 485 feet above the low water mark and there are portions of three loughs viz. Lough Sillan 309 feet, Shinan Lough 332 feet and Muddy Lough 311 feet above low water. A road leading from Cavan to Shercock passes through it from East to West.

Derry

It contains 371a. 2r. 37p. including water, 2a. 0r. 16p., 34 acres of bog and 2 acres of planting. It belongs to John Singleton and is let at from 18s. to 26s. per acre. Farms are from 4 to 20 acres and they produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 5 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There are two ancient forts in this townland, one in the North side and the other in the South. There is also a portion of Cornalaragh Lough in it. Its height is 490 feet above low water.

Dromlum

It contains 208a. 0r. 34p. including water, 5a. 1r. 38p. and 11 acres of bog, 11 1/2 acres of rough ground and 1 1/2 acres of plantation. It belongs to J. Singleton and is let by lease of three lives or 31 years, from 25s. to 30s. per acre. Farms are from 2 to 40 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. There is a trigl. station about the centre of the townland, 502 feet above low water. A portion of Drumlum Lough is 368 feet above low water. It contains 3 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess.

Drumod

It contains 359a. 0r. 24p including water, 2a. 3r. 15p., and 40 acres of bog. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of 31 years and 3 lives from 10s. to 12s. per acre. Farms are from 5 to 20 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 5 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station in the South of the townland which is 552 feet above low water. There is an ancient fort in the South side of the townland and also a portion of Drumod Lough, 417 feet above low water.

Glasleck

It contains 690a. 1r. 0p. including water, 66a. 1r. 14p. and one island, 0.0.16p., 71 acres of bog and 27 acres of rough land. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of three lives or 31 years at from 5s. to 20s. per acre. It produces oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 12 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There are three ancient forts in this townland and a portion of two loughs, viz. Taghart Lough, 736 feet above low water, Milltown Lough, 365 feet above low water.

Killcrossbeg

It contains 171a. 0r. 11p, including water, 13a. 3r. 17p. and about 1 acre of bog. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of three lives or 31 years from 13s. to 20s. per acre. Farms are from 3 to 13 acres and produce oats, barley and flax. It contains 3 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station about the centre of the townland, 511 feet above low water. A Roman Catholic chapel is in the North side and also a portion of Annaghieran Lough is in this townland and stands 376 feet above low water.

Kilcrosduff

It contains 442a. 0r. 29p. including 67 acres of bog and 7 1/2 acres of rough land. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of three lives or 31 years from 18s. to 26s. per acre. Farms are from 2 to 18 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 5 1/2 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station in the East side of the townland, 748 feet above low water.

Latteriff

It contains 122a. 0r. 21p. including 2 acres of rough land. It belongs to the Rev. John Gormly (?) and is let by lease of 21 years at from 20s. to 30s. per acre. It produces oats, barley and potatoes. It contains 3 carvaghs and there is a trigl. station about the centre of the townland, 502 feet above low water. There is an ancient fort in the East side of the townland called Blomees (?) fort. There is also a village in the West side of the townland called Milltown.

Lecks

It contains 505a. 03r. 37p. including water, 8a. 3r. 24p., 16 acres of bog and 6 acres of rough ground. It belongs to W. Ruxton and is let at from 18s. to 26s. per acre. There are no leases. Farms are from 3 to 30 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. There is a trigl. station in the South side of the townland, 622 feet above low water. There are three ancient forts in this townland viz. Black fort, Lecks fort, Killesannerin (?) fort; in the latter unchristened children are buried. It is 317 feet above low water. It contains 9 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess.

Lisataggart

It contains 94a. 2r. 29p. all arable land of a good quality. It is let at from 23s. to 25s. per acre. Farms are from 2 to 13 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 2 and 1/8 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is an ancient fort in the East part of this townland and also a road leading from Shercock to Carrickmacross.

Lisdrumfad

It contains 160a. 0r. 9p. including 24 1/2 acres of bog. It belongs to W. Ruxton and is let at from 18s. to 22s. per acre. Farms are from 2 to 18 acres and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 2 1/2 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is an ancient fort in the North side of the townland, 426 feet above low water. The road leading from Shercock to Carrickmacross passes through it.

Lisdrumskea

It contains 248a. 1r. 37p. including water, 13a. 0r. 23p., 13 acres of bog and 2 acres of rough pasture. It belongs to Mr. Ruxton and is let at from 24s. to 30s. per acre. Farms are from 4 to 10 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains 3 1/2 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. The town of Shercock stands in the West side of the townland in which stands the parish church. There is also a market house in which is held the Petty Sessions every fortnight. There is a Police station of 6 men including one sergt. Market day is Tuesday and there is a trigl. station in this townland standing on the South side of a fort 454 feet above low water. There are also three portions of Loughs viz. Lough Sillan, 309 feet, Muddy Lough, 311 feet, Steepleton's Lough, 315 feet, above low water.

Lisnadara

It contains 119a. 3r. 27p. including water, 7a. 0r. 25p., 7 acres of bog and 3 acres of rough pasture. It contains 3 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. Farms are from 2 to 30 acres and are let at from 18s. to 30s. per acre and produce oats, barley, potatoes and flax. There are two ancient forts in this townland, one in the East side, the other in the West. There is also a portion of Shinan Lough in this townland which stands 332 feet above low water.

Nolagh

It contains 751a. 2r. 35p. including water, 5a. 1r. 28p., 39 acres of bog and 13 acres of rough land. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of 3 lives or 31 years at from 10s. to 16s. per acre. It produces oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 10 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is an ancient fort in the West side of the townland called Cooney' s fort. There are two trigl. stations, one in the East side and the other in the West side. The latter is called Nolagh Middle and is 725 feet above low water. The former is Nolagh Upper, 778 feet above low water. A road from Bailieborough to Kingscourt passes through it from East to West.

Relaghan

It contains 634a. 0r. 39p. including about 29 1/4 acres of bog and 28 of rough land. It belongs to John Singleton and is let at from 5s. to 14s. per acre on leases of three lives or 31 years. It produces oats, barley, potatoes and flax. It contains 7 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There are two ancient forts in this townland. On the most Northern stands a trigl. station 653 feet above low water. The other is called Black Fort and is 737 feet above low water. There is also another trig. station called Glasleck Upper, 889 feet above low water.

Rabane

It contains 175a. 1 r. 37p. including water, 5a. 0r. 20p., and 9 acres of bog. This is Glebe land held by the Rev. Fredrick Fitzpatrick and is let at from £1.2.6 to £1.6.0 per acre. Farms are from 3 to 14 acres and produce oats, potatoes and flax. It contains 3 1/4 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. There is a trigl. station in the South side of the townland, 614 feet above low water. There are also two loughs, a portion of which belongs to this townland, viz. Bog Lough, 381 feet, Annaghieran Lough, 376 feet, above low water.

Shinan

It contains 255a. 1r. 0p. including water, 19a. 0r. 30p., 21 acres of bog, 3 acres of rough pasture and 7 acres of plantation. It belongs to Captn. Wilson who resides in the same townland. It is let by lease of three lives at from 20s. to 30s. per acre. It contains 4 carvaghs which pay £1.19.10 per carvagh Co. Cess. Shinan House stands in the West side of the townland. There are portions of 4 loughs in it, viz. Shinan Lough, 332 feet, Muddy Lough, 311 feet, Steepleton's Lough, 315 feet and Island Lough, 317 feet, above low water.

Tullybrick

It contains 209a. 2r. 24p., including 29 acres of bog and 3 qrs. of rough land. It belongs to John Singleton and is let by lease of three lives or 31 years from 18s. to 22s. per acre. It produces oats, barley and potatoes and flax. It pays £5.19.0 Co. Cess. A road passes through its South side.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
AnnaghierinBrennanJames
AnnaghierinClarkeBetty
AnnaghierinClarkePeter
AnnaghierinClarkeFrancis
AnnaghierinClarkeAnne
AnnaghierinJonesJames, Sr.
AnnaghierinJonesJames, Jr.
AnnaghierinMc CullaghThomas
AnnaghierinMc EnteeMichael, Sr.
AnnaghierinMc EnteeMichael, Jr.
AnnaghierinMc GeeRose
AnnaghierinMc GeePhilip
AnnaghierinMc GeePatrick
AnnaghierinMc PhillipsAnne
AnnaghierinMc PhillipsFrancis
AnnaghierinRockPhilip
AnnaghierinRuskJohn
AnnaghierinSingletonHenry
AnnaghierinWhiteJames
CarrickcreenyDalyPhilip
CarrickcreenyDermottJohn
CarrickcreenyDermottFrancis
CarrickcreenyDermottPhilip
CarrickcreenyFinlayJames
CarrickcreenyFlanaganJane
CarrickcreenyGillonMary
CarrickcreenyGrayMartha
CarrickcreenyHarrisRev. John
CarrickcreenyHurstWilliam
CarrickcreenyJohnstonThomas
CarrickcreenyKennedyThomas
CarrickcreenyKennedyElizabeth
CarrickcreenyKinahanDaniel
CarrickcreenyLeveyMichael
CarrickcreenyLynchDavid
CarrickcreenyLynchPeter
CarrickcreenyLynchJohn
CarrickcreenyMartinWilliam
CarrickcreenyMayBenjamin
CarrickcreenyMaySamuel
CarrickcreenyMc CabeBernard
CarrickcreenyMc CamusMary Anne
CarrickcreenyMc GrathPatrick
CarrickcreenyMc MahonMary
CarrickcreenyMilesThomas
CarrickcreenyRuxtonWilliam
CarrickcreenySloaneIsaac
CarrickcreenySorraghanCecilia
CarrickcreenyWallaceBenjamin
CarrickcreenyWallaceJohn
CarrickcreenyWrightJohn
CorbeaghConnorPeter
CorbeaghCorkeyJohn
CorbeaghCrawsonPhilip
CorbeaghDalyEdward
CorbeaghDuffyPhilip
CorbeaghDuffyRobert
CorbeaghDuffyMichael
CorbeaghMc ComasMary Anne
CorbeaghMc KennaConnor
CorbeaghNeilsonJames
CorbeaghReillyFrancis
CorbeaghReillyPatrick
CorbeaghReillyPhilip
CorbeaghReillyMichael
CorbeaghReillyCharles
CorbeaghReillyBarney
CorbeaghReillyJames
CorbeaghRuxtonWilliam
CorbeaghSmithJohn
CorclareBrowneSamuel
CorclareKennedyJohn
CorclareLeveyMichael
CorclareNelsonJoseph
CorclareRuxdonWilliam
CorclareRuxtonWilliam
CorclareSloaneWilliam
CorclareSloaneIsaac
CornalaraAdamsRev. Dean
CornalaraByrneOwen
CornalaraByrneThomas
CornalaraClarkeElizabeth
CornalaraCoffeyMartin
CornalaraCoffeyFrancis
CornalaraConnollyValentine
CornalaraHandCatherine
CornalaraKeenanEdward
CornalaraMooneyBridget
CornalaraMooneyMichael
CornalaraMurthaBernard
CornalaraTierneyThomas
CornalaraTierneyPatrick
CornalaraTierneyMichael
CornaleenCoffeyMartin
CornaleenCoylePatrick
CornaleenDuffyEdward
CornaleenDuffyFelix
CorraghyBoylePatrick
CorraghyBrennanJames
CorraghyCafferyPatrick
CorraghyMc CabeSimon
CorraghyMc CullaghLucinda
CorraghyMiddletonWm.
CorraghyMiddletonWilliam
CorraghyNelsonJames
CorraghyRossWilliam
CorravillaBrownThomas
CorravillaDanielEdward
CorravillaHallThomas
CorravillaHallWilliam
CorravillaHallJemima
CorravillaJohnstoneJohn
CorravillaMc CabeJames
CorravillaMc GeeAnthony
CorravillaMc GeeMichael
CorravillaMc LoughlinWilliam
CorravillaMc LoughlinIsaac
CorravillaMc ManusPatrick
CorravillaMullinBridget
CorravillaNorrisWilliam
CorravillaRuxtonWilliam
CorravillaStandishJames
CrocklustyAckensJames
CrocklustyFayHugh
CrocklustyHarrisRev. John
CrocklustyMc GeePeter
CrocklustyMc NallyPatrick
CrocklustyReillyJohn
CrocklustyReillyMary
CrocklustyReillyHugh
CrocklustyRogersPatrick
CrocklustyRuxtonWilliam
CrocklustyWardRose
CrocklustyWhiteWilliam
CroleyCallaghanPeter
CroleyClarkeFrancis
CroleyCoyleBridget
CroleyDermottPatrick
CroleyDonneryPatrick
CroleyDonneryEdward
CroleyDuffyJames
CroleyDunnRev. James
CroleyFitzsimonsAnne
CroleyGeentyBarney
CroleyLannonJohn
CroleyLeaveyJohn
CroleyMartinJohn
CroleyMc CallJoseph
CroleyMc CombCharles
CroleyMc CombThomas
CroleyMorganPatrick
CroleyRuxtonWilliam
CroleySullivanHugh
CrossmakeelanCarolanCharles
CrossmakeelanClarkeMichael
CrossmakeelanClarkeOwen
CrossmakeelanDuffyMatthew
CrossmakeelanLucasBridget
CrossmakeelanLynchPeter
CrossmakeelanLynchHugh
CrossmakeelanLynchPhilip
CrossmakeelanLynchMary
CrossmakeelanLynchPatrick
CrossmakeelanMcconnellAndrew
CrossmakeelanMooreJames
CrossmakeelanOrrJames
CrossmakeelanReillyMiles
CrossmakeelanReillyJohn
CrossmakeelanReillyConnor
CrossmakeelanReillyJames
CrossmakeelanReillyOwen
CrossmakeelanRoundtreeJohn
CrossmakeelanSingletonHenry
CrossmakeelanSmythPhilip
DarkleyBerneOwen
DarkleyBloomerJames
DarkleyBradyJames
DarkleyClerkinsJohn
DarkleyClisdellJames
DarkleyDuffyJames
DarkleyDugganFrancis
DarkleyHewsonJohn
DarkleyMaguirePeter James
DarkleyMc CallanRev. Randal
DarkleyMc CaulOwen
DarkleyMc CullaghWilliam
DarkleyMc CullaghThomas
DarkleyMc GuireHugh
DarkleyMc KennaHugh
DarkleyMilesJames
DarkleyMullinBernard
DarkleyReillyCatherine
DarkleyReillyThomas
DarkleyReillyAnne
DarkleyRuxtonWilliam
DarkleySnoddenWilliam
DerryAdamsDean
DerryArgueThomas
DerryCarneyCatherine
DerryClarkeThomas
DerryClarkePhilip
DerryCullamRev. R. M.
DerryDuffyOwen
DerryEakanJames
DerryFitzsimonsJohn
DerryGrayJohn
DerryGrayRobert
DerryKeenanBarney
DerryMc InteeLaurence
DerryMurtaghPhilip
DerryMurtaghJames
DerryNiblockJames
DerryNiblockWilliam
DerryReillyHugh
DerryRutherfordRobert
DerrySloanGeorge
DerrySloanJohn
DrumadAikensJames
DrumadAikensRobert
DrumadAikensWilliam
DrumadClisdellJames
DrumadClisdellAnne
DrumadCooperHugh
DrumadDavidsonJames
DrumadDavidsonRobert
DrumadFoxWilliam
DrumadHickeyPeter
DrumadKellyAlexander
DrumadLearyJohn
DrumadOrrJames
DrumadSingletonHenry
DrumadTraynorPatrick
DrumadWhiteRobert
DrumadWhiteWilliam
DrumadWhiteJames
DrumadWhiteHugh
DrumlomCampbellAnne
DrumlomHalfpennyJohn
DrumlomHeustonJohn James
DrumlomJonesJohn
DrumlomJonesBenjamin
DrumlomMc CullaghThomas
DrumlomMc WilliamsJames
DrumlomMiddletonWilliam
DrumlomReburnJames
DrumlomRuskJohn
DrumlomWhiteRobert
GlasleckBoyleCharles
GlasleckBradyPatrick
GlasleckBradyOwen
GlasleckBradyJudith
GlasleckBradyThomas
GlasleckCallaghanPatrick
GlasleckClarkeLawrence
GlasleckClarkeOwen
GlasleckClarkeCatherine
GlasleckClarkeThomas
GlasleckClarkeDaniel
GlasleckClarkeFrances
GlasleckConnorJohn
GlasleckConnorThomas
GlasleckConnorMichael
GlasleckCorMary
GlasleckDavidsonRobert
GlasleckFarrellyPhilip
GlasleckFarrellyCatherine
GlasleckFarrellyDaniel
GlasleckFitzsimonJohn
GlasleckHandOwen
GlasleckHandCatherine
GlasleckHandFrancis
GlasleckKellyGeorge
GlasleckKingThomas
GlasleckLambPatrick
GlasleckLynchAlice
GlasleckMartinOwen
GlasleckMartinJames
GlasleckMartinPatrick
GlasleckMc CabeCatherine
GlasleckMc CaulOwen
GlasleckMc CullaghWilliam
GlasleckMc GeeAnthony
GlasleckMc InteerBernard
GlasleckMc InteerJames
GlasleckMc InteerEdward
GlasleckMc PhillipsPatrick
GlasleckMinesCatherine
GlasleckReillyElizabeth
GlasleckReillyPatrick
GlasleckShieldsJames
GlasleckSingletonHenry
KilcrossbegAikensRobert
KilcrossbegArgueRobert
KilcrossbegBelchWilliam
KilcrossbegBrowneWilliam
KilcrossbegBrowneJohn
KilcrossbegBrowneAbraham
KilcrossbegHickeyPeter
KilcrossbegJohnstonGeorge
KilcrossbegLindsayWilliam
KilcrossbegMc CombJane
KilcrossbegMc CullaghWilliam
KilcrossbegMc KibbinJohn
KilcrossbegMc KiltrickPeter
KilcrossbegReillyJames
KilcrossbegReillyPatrick
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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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