Corronagh Townland

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NameCorronagh
Irish NameCoranach
Logainm ID4241
CountyCavan
BaronyCastlerahan
ParishMunterconnaught
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 1652Corranaghitragh
ProprietorLt Col Tristram Beresford

Census of 1821

HouseSurnameForenameAgeRelation to HeadOccupation
1FlinnMichl54-Farmer
1FlinnAnn50WifeFlax Spinner
1FlinnJohn18SonLabourer
1FlinnCharles15SonLabourer
1FlinnMary11DaughterFlax Spinner
2ColganLaurince40-Labourer
2ColganJudith38WifeFlax Spinner
3McClaneCharles34-Herd & Labourer
3McClaneAnn32WifeFlax Spinner
3McClaneJames14SonLabourer
3McClaneJohn4Son-
3McClaneMary12DaughterF Spinner
3McClaneAnn9DaughterF Spinner
4CarrollPeter30-Servant Boy
4HenryJames41-Farmer
4HenryEliza35WifeF Spinner
4HenryJohn13SonLabourer
4HenryJoseph17SonLabourer
4HenryJames11Son-
4HenryWilliam9Son-
4HenryRobt6Son-
4HenryLedy15Daughter-
4HenryJane1Daughter-
5KellyBryan24-Farmer
5KellyMary24Wife-
6ConatyMary57Wife-
6ConatyTerence18SonLabourer
6ConatyBryan16SonLabourer
6ConatyMichl18Son-
6ConatyJudith10Daughter-
6ConnalyMichl56-Farmer
7ConatyThomas30-Farmer
7ConatyCatherine22WifeSpinner
8BradyHugh60-Farmer
8BradyAnn38WifeSpinner
8BradyJohn31SonLabourer
8BradyHugh24SonLabourer
8BradyWilliam18SonLabourer
8BradyEdward15SonLabourer
8BradyJames8Son-
8BradyCharles6Son-
8BradyBarney4--
8BradyPhilip0Son-
8BradyBridget11Daughter-
8BradyMargt3Daughter-
8HethertonCatherine16-Servant Maid
9MulvanyPatrick56-Labourer
9MulvanyElinor54WifeSpinner
9MulvanyElinor30DaughterSpinner
9MulvanyJames34Son-
9MulvanyPatk3Son-
9MulvanyElinor1Daughter-
10HandMary58AuntSpinner
10MulvanyCatty28Wife-
10MulvanyElinor1Daughter-
10MulvanyThomas40-Labourer
10StreetBridget--An Orphant Nurse
11McGoveranPatrick40-Weaver
11McGoveranBridget36WifeSpinner
11McGoveranCatherine14DaughterSpinner
11McGoveranAnn3Daughter-
11McGoveranJames0--
12McGoveranPhillip43-Labourer Occasion
12McGoveranJane34WifeSpinner
12McGoveranJames14SonLabourer
12McGoveranThos9Son-
12McGoveranMary11Daughter-
12McGoveranCathe6Daughter-
12McGoveranPeter3Son-
13BorganPhilip8Grand Son-
13BroganPhilip58-Labourer
13BroganJudith32WifeF Spinner
13BroganCatherine2Grand Daughter-
13BroganPatk34SonLabourer
14KeoganEdwd21-Farmer
14KeoganCharles19BrotherLabourer
14KeoganMary17SisterF Spinner
14KeoganChristopr15BrotherLabourer
14KeoganElinor12NieceFlax Spinner
15KeoganMathew36-Labourer
15KeoganCatherine30WifeF Spinner
15KeoganMichl9Son-
15KeoganThos2Son-
16FitzsimonsBridget60Widow-
16FitzsimonsMichl30SonLabourer
16FitzsimonsJohn21SonLabourer
17RiellyMary56Widow-
17RiellyRichd20SonLabourer
17RiellyRose18DaughterFlax Spinner
18GrifithMichl32-Farmer
18GrifithMargaret26WifeSpinner
18GrifithJohn4Son-
19ClarkinTerence40-Farmer
19ClarkinMary30WifeSpinner
19ClarkinBridget6Daughter-
19ClarkinCathee4Daughter-
19ClarkinMary1Daughter-
19ClarkinJohn8Son-
20LeeThomas60-Labourer
20LeeRose58WifeFlax Spinner
21ColganAnthony40-Labourer
21ColganRose38WifeFlax Spinner
21ColganPehelix7Son-
21ColganPatk3Son-
21ColganMary8Daughter-
22CaffryOwen38-Labourer
23RiellyMary55-Spinner
23RiellyConor20-Labourer
23RiellyMary90Mother In LawSpinner
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
CorronaghCoronaghBechCarl1825
CorronaghCoronaghBradyHugh1825
CorronaghCoronaghClearkenTerence1825
CorronaghCoronaghConatyBryan1825
CorronaghCoronaghFlinnMichael1825
CorronaghCoronaghHenryJames1825
CorronaghCoronaghMcenroeJohn1825
CorronaghCoronaghPorterMathew1825
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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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.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
CorronaghBradyJames
CorronaghBradyWilliam
CorronaghCaffreyThomas
CorronaghConertyThomas
CorronaghConertyMichael
CorronaghConertyBryan
CorronaghFarrellyMary
CorronaghGrahamGeorge
CorronaghHeadfortMarquis ???
CorronaghHenryWilson
CorronaghHenryWilliam
CorronaghHenryRobert
CorronaghHenryElizabeth
CorronaghHethertonCatherine
CorronaghMagillJames
CorronaghMagillMary
CorronaghMc EnroeJohn
CorronaghMulvanyPat.
CorronaghPorterMatthew
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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