Corbeagh Townland

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Commonwealth Survey of 1652

Name in 1652Corbehagh
ProprietorMr William Fitzherbert

Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear
CorbeaghCorbeaghCarkerJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghCarrolanCharles1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghConnorPeter1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghCrossinPhilip1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDealyNicholas1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDuffyJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghDuffyRobert1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghLynchThomas1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghMccabeJohn1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghMccamusSamuel1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyCharles1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyJames1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyOwen1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReillyPatrick1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghReilly1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghSmithJohn1825
CorbeaghCorbeaghTallinThomas1825
TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear

Name Books of 1836

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.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
CorbeaghConnorPeter
CorbeaghCorkeyJohn
CorbeaghCrawsonPhilip
CorbeaghDalyEdward
CorbeaghDuffyMichael
CorbeaghDuffyPhilip
CorbeaghDuffyRobert
CorbeaghMc ComasMary Anne
CorbeaghMc KennaConnor
CorbeaghNeilsonJames
CorbeaghReillyBarney
CorbeaghReillyCharles
CorbeaghReillyFrancis
CorbeaghReillyJames
CorbeaghReillyMichael
CorbeaghReillyPatrick
CorbeaghReillyPhilip
CorbeaghRuxtonWilliam
CorbeaghSmithJohn
TownlandSurnameForename