Crossreagh Townland

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NameCrossreagh
Irish NameAn Chros Riabhach
Logainm ID3691
CountyCavan
BaronyCastlerahan
ParishMullagh
Typetownland

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 1652Crossreagh
ProprietorCol Thos Coote

Census of 1821

HouseSurnameForenameAgeRelation to HeadOccupation
1OsburnBridget45-Spiner
1OsburnWilliam13SonLabourer
1OsburnThomas11Son-
1OsburnJames6Son-
1OsburnTerence2Son-
1OsburnMary17DaughterSpiner
1OsburnKitty15DaughterSpiner
1OsburnPeggy10Daughter-
2SweenyJames23-Labourer
2SweenyEllen20WifeSpiner
2SweenyPatt4Son-
3CarolanJudy80--
3CarolanRose36Daughter-
4CeatingBridget50-Spiner
4CeatingJames19SonLabourer
4CeatingBridget20DaughterSpiner
4CeatingJudy13DaughterSpiner
5CeatingMichael60-Farmer
5CeatingAlly60WifeSpiner
5CeatingJohn16SonLabourer
6CeatingPatrick35-Labourer
6KeatingAnn32WifeSpiner
6KeatingJames0Son-
7KeatingPhillip36-Spiner
7KeatingMary32WifeSpiner
7KeatingPatt2Son-
7O'HaraOwen30-Servant
8CahilThomas40-Labourer
8CahilAnn36WifeSpiner
8CahillPhill11Son-
8ColrickBridget15-Servant
9GevenyPeter40-Farmer & Labourer
9GevnyBridget25WifeSpiner
9GevenyAndrew2Son-
9GevnyPeggy3Daughter-
10-Uninhabited---
11MurryJohn40-Farmer
11MuryBridget36WifeSpiner
12GillickJames40-Labourer
12GillickKitty36WifeSpiner
12GillickJohn14SonLabourer
12GillickPatt12Son-
12GillickJames3Son-
12GillickLarence0Son-
13RoarkJohn60-Farmer
13RoarkAnn50WifeSpiner
13RoarkJohn23SonLabourer
13RoarkRichard12Son-
13RoarkJames10Son-
13RoarkWilliam13SonLabourer
13RoarkSally16DaughterSpiner
13RoarkMary14DaughterSpiner
14RuddyMary60-Midwife
14RuddyPatt30SonLabourer
14RuddyAnn20DaughterSpiner
14KeatingMary18-Servant
15PatersonJames60-Farmer
15PatersonKitty60WifeSpiner
15PatersonHenry20SonLabourer
15PatersonWilliam16SonLabourer
15PatisonPhill20SonLabourer
15PatersonThomas13SonLabourer
15PatersonLuke11Son-
16PatersonJoseph32-Farmer
16PatersonBridget30WifeSpiner
16PatersonJames7Son-
16PatersonKitty5Daughter-
17HalfpenyPeter45-Labourer
17HalfpennyJudy38WifeSpiner
17HalfpennyPatt10Son-
17HalfpenyPeter2Son-
17HalfpenyBridget9Daughter-
17HalfpenyAlly7Daughter-
18KeatingPhill32-Farmer
18KeatingJames5Son-
18KeatingPatt3Son-
18KeatingJohn2Son-
18KeatingPhill1Son-
18OsbornThomas11-House Servant
18OsbornMary15-House Servant
19KeatingThomas40-Farmer
19KeatingMary36WifeSpiner
19KeatingJames20SonLaborer
19KeatingPatt17SonLaborer
19KeatingThomas11Son-
19KeatingWillim8Son-
19KeatingPhillip6Son-
19KeatingMicl3Son-
19KeatingAnne16Daughter-
19KeatingBridet15DaughterSpiner
19KeatingMary13DaughterSpiner
19KeatingKity9Daughter-
19KeatingJane3Daughter-
20KeatingJames13-Farmer
20KeatingBridget70WifeSpiner
21FarrellyThomas50-Farmer
21FarleyCatherine40WifeSpiner
21FarleyJohn17Son-
21FarleyJames14SonLabourer
21FarleyKitty13DaughterSpiner
21FarlyRose5Daughter-
21FarleyLucinda9--
22FitzpatrickMary65-Spiner
22FitzpatrickMathew40-Labourer
22GevenyElinor7Visitor-
23BradyJames30-Farmer
23BradyJudy26WifeSpiner
23BradyPat4Son-
23BradyMary2Daughter-
23MonaghanCatherin16-House Servant
24OsburnThomas32-Laborer
24OsburnBridget28WifeSpiner
24OsburnJohn3Son-
24OsburnJames1Son-
25BurnsUtty55-Farmer
25BurnsBridget40WifeSpiner
25BurnsMicl19SonLaborer
25BurnsThomas17SonLaborer
25BurnsPatt15SonLaborer
25BurnsJames13SonLaborer
25BurnsKitty10Daughter-
25BurnsMary8Daughter-
25BurnsBridget6Daughter-
HouseSurnameForenameAgeRelation to HeadOccupation

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
CrossreaghCrossreaghCahillThomas1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghCarolanPatrick1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghFarrellyThomas1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghFayThomas1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghFitzpatrickPatrick1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghGiveneyPeter1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingJames1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingJames1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingMichl1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingPatrick1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingPatrick1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingPhillip1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingPhillip1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingRichd1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghKeatingThomas1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghOsborneBridgt1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghOsborneJohn1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghOsborneLaurence1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghRogersJames1833
CrossreaghCrossreaghSmithMichael1833
TownlandTownland Name 1832SurnameForenameYear

Name Books of 1836

No records found


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
CrossreaghBradyBridget
CrossreaghCarolanPatrick
CrossreaghClementsRep. T. E. L.
CrossreaghFarrellyTerence
CrossreaghFarrellyThomas
CrossreaghGroneyBridget
CrossreaghKeatingWilliam
CrossreaghKeatingPhilip, Jr.
CrossreaghKeatingPhilip
CrossreaghKeatingJohn
CrossreaghKeatingElizabeth
CrossreaghKeatingAnne
CrossreaghKirkeRichard
CrossreaghOsborneAnne
CrossreaghOsborneWilliam
CrossreaghPattersonJohn
CrossreaghSmythMichael
CrossreaghSmythPatrick
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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