Crossmakeelan Townland

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NameCrossmakeelan
Irish NameCrois Mhic Caoláin
Logainm ID3848
CountyCavan
BaronyClankee
ParishShercock
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 1652not listed
Proprietornot listed

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
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenBradyHugh1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenCarolanBryan1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenCarolanPhilip1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeAnthoney1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeJames1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeMichael1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkePatrick1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenClarkeTerrence1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenGormanEdward1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchDaniel1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchEdward1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchPhilip1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenLynchThomas1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenMcconnonFrancis1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenReillyJohn1825
CrossmakeelanCrossmakedenSmithThomas1825
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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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.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
CrossmakeelanCarolanCharles
CrossmakeelanClarkeMichael
CrossmakeelanClarkeOwen
CrossmakeelanDuffyMatthew
CrossmakeelanLucasBridget
CrossmakeelanLynchPeter
CrossmakeelanLynchPatrick
CrossmakeelanLynchMary
CrossmakeelanLynchHugh
CrossmakeelanLynchPhilip
CrossmakeelanMcconnellAndrew
CrossmakeelanMooreJames
CrossmakeelanOrrJames
CrossmakeelanReillyOwen
CrossmakeelanReillyMiles
CrossmakeelanReillyJohn
CrossmakeelanReillyJames
CrossmakeelanReillyConnor
CrossmakeelanRoundtreeJohn
CrossmakeelanSingletonHenry
CrossmakeelanSmythPhilip
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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