Ardlougher Townland

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NameArdlougher
Irish NameArd Luachra
Logainm ID4831
CountyCavan
BaronyClanmahon
ParishDenn
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 1652Ardlogher
ProprietorWm Steevens

Census of 1821

HouseSurnameForenameAgeRelation to HeadOccupation
1FosterJames40-Farmer
1FosterJane40Wife-
1FosterJane18DaughterFlax Spinner
1FosterCatherine14DaughterFlax Spinner
1FosterElliz12Daughter-
1FosterJohn16SonLabourer
1FosterSaml10Son-
1FosterWilliam8Son-
1FosterFrancis6Son-
1FosterJames1Son-
2FosterJohn54-Farmer
2FosterMargt40Wife-
2FosterJohn19SonLabourer
2FosterWm16SonLabourer
2FosterElliz15DaughterFlax Spinner
2FosterMary13Daughter-
2FosterThos11Son-
2FosterRalph9Son-
2FosterJames7Son-
2FosterJane3Daughter-
2FosterSaraha1Daughter-
2MynaphCatherine18-Mead Servt
3MartinJohn50-Weaver
3MartinBridgt30Wife-
3MartinMary10Daughter-
3MartinSusan8Daughter-
3MartinEllen6Daughter-
3MartinWilliam4Son-
3DonochoJohn30-Weaver
4ReilyJames50-Weaver
4ReilyWinney50WifeFlax Spinner
5CorrPeter30-Labourer
5CorrDafney29WifeFlax Spinner
5KennyMartha70WidowHolds Land
5KennyWilliam24SonLabourer
5KennyJohn22SonLabourer
5KennyEdwd20SonLabourer
5SheridanMary22-Flax Spinner
5HalfpenneyPatt30-Weaver
6KennyThomas40-Farmer
6KennyMatilda5Daughter-
6KennyAnne4Daughter-
6KennyMary2Daughter-
6KennyEliz1Daughter-
6ReilyCatherine22-Flax Spinner
7HaiselipJames35-Farmer
7HaiselipHanna65Mother-
7FitzpatrickBernard35-Labouring Servt
7BoylandCatherine21-Spining Servt
8HaiselipRobt32-Farmer
8HaiselipEliz30Wife-
8HaiselipSaml12Son-
8HaiselipRobt2Son-
8FosterMargt9Step Daughter-
8FosterEliz7Step Daughter-
8FosterJane4Step Daughter-
8SmithAllice22-Flax Spinner
8SmithJohn20-Labouring Servt
9JohnsonJohn60-Farmer
9JohnsonRobt25SonLabourer
9JohnsonWm20SonLabourer
9JohnsonJames16SonLabourer
9BradyJudith25-Flax Spinner
10McphillipsCatherine70-Widow
10McphillipsPatt30SonCooper
10McphillipsOwen25SonLabourer
11JohnsonAnthoney55-Farmer
11JohnsonMary40Wife-
11JohnsonRobt18SonLabourer
11JohnsonJames14SonLabourer
11JohnsonWm13SonLabourer
11JohnsonEliz16DaughterFlax Spinner
11JohnsonMatilda8Daughter-
11JohnsonCatherine6Daughter-
11JohnsonFrancese3Daughter-
12CobyThomas54-Farmer
12CobyRose54Wife-
12CobyMargert22DaughterFlax Spinner
12CobyAnne20DaughterFlax Spinner
12CobyRose18DaughterFlax Spinner
12CobyCatherine16DaughterFlax Spinner
12CobyJudith14DaughterFlax Spinner
12CobyPeter15SonLabourer
12CobyThos13Son-
12SmithNicholas22-Pump Maker
13McphilipsThos40-Farmer
13McPhillipsBridgt35Wife-
13McphillipsMary8Daughter-
13McphillipsCath4Daughter-
13McphillipsPeter3Son-
13McphillipsJohn1Son-
14ConlinJohn60-Farmer
14ConnellinBridgt50Wife-
14ConlinJohn21SonLabourer
14ConlinAnne18DaughterFlax Spinner
15GalliganBryan50-Farmer & Weaver
15GalliganAnne45Wife-
15GalliganPeter20SonLabourer
15GalliganMary16DaughterFlax Spinner
15GalliganMargt14DaughterFlax Spinner
15GalliganBridgt12Daughter-
15GalliganJudith10Daughter-
15GalliganBryan6Son-
16DeleneyCharlis45-Flax Spinner
16DeleneyMary50Wife-
16DeleneyJames5Son-
16DeleneyPatt2Son-
16DeleneyBridgt12Daughter-
16DeleneyMary10Daughter-
16DeleneyAnne8Daughter-
16DeleneyEllen1Daughter-
17Reily SenrCharlis66-Farmer
17ReilyMary60Wife-
17ReilyBryan25SonLabourer
17ReilyJohn22SonLabourer
17ReilyCharlis14SonLabourer
17ReilyJames12Son-
17ReilyMargt16DaughterFlax Spinner
17ReilyCatherine13Daughter-
18ReilyCharlis30-Farmer
18ReilyBridgt40Sister-
19ReilyPatt30-Farmer
19ReilyCatherine25Wife-
19ReilyEliz2Daughter-
20ReilyMichl36-Farmer
20ReilyMary30Wife-
20ReilyRose13Daughter-
20ReilyBridgt11Daughter-
20MccormickEdwd16-Labouring Servt
21ReilyAndw69-Farmer
21ReilyAnne66Wife-
21ReilyThos25SonLabourer
21ReilyOwen20SonLabourer
21MccormickMary20-Flax Spinner
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
ArdlougherArdlougherCobeyPeter1828
ArdlougherArdlougherCobey1828
ArdlougherArdlougherConlonJohn1828
ArdlougherArdlougherFarnham1828
ArdlougherArdlougherFosterJames1828
ArdlougherArdlougherFosterJohn1828
ArdlougherArdlougherGalliganBryan1828
ArdlougherArdlougherGalliganJohn1828
ArdlougherArdlougherHeaslihJames1828
ArdlougherArdlougherHeaslihRobt1828
ArdlougherArdlougherJohnstonArthur1828
ArdlougherArdlougherJohnstonJames1828
ArdlougherArdlougherJohnstonJas1828
ArdlougherArdlougherJohnstonWm1828
ArdlougherArdlougherKennyCharles1828
ArdlougherArdlougherKennyMichl1828
ArdlougherArdlougherPhillipsOwen1828
ArdlougherArdlougherPhillipsThos1828
ArdlougherArdlougherRiellyAndw1828
ArdlougherArdlougherRiellyChs1828
ArdlougherArdlougherRocksSteven1828
ArdlougherArdlougherStevensRichd1828
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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Ardlougher

The property of Lord Farnham and Richard Stephens Esqr. It is divided by a

straight bank running from North to South. the Western portion belonging to Lord Farnham. and the Eastern portion to Mr. Stephens. The portion belonging to Lord. Farnham is let to 12 occupying tenants ten of whom are living on the lease and 3 cotters. The rent is f I per acre. Tithes are per acre. 8d. Co. Cess is 2/- per acre annually. Size of farms vary from 6 to 18 acres. Its population is 52 Protestants and 35 Roman Catholics. The portion belonging to Mr. Stephens is let to 13 occupying tenants at will in farms from 3 1/2 acres to 2 acres. Rent is from £1 to 25s. per acre. Co. Cess by the Carvagh is 2s. per acre. Tithes are 1s. per acre annually. Turbary is scarce. Tenantry are 82 in number. all Roman Catholics. The children of this townland attend Killycannon (?) school. There are 3 ancient forts in this townland.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
ArdlougherCaffreyOwen
ArdlougherFosterJames
ArdlougherFosterSamuel
ArdlougherGalliganJames
ArdlougherGalliganCatherine
ArdlougherGalliganBernard
ArdlougherHeaslopJames
ArdlougherHeaslopSamuel
ArdlougherJohnstonWilliam, Jr.
ArdlougherJohnstonWilliam
ArdlougherJohnstonJohn
ArdlougherJohnstonJames
ArdlougherKennyCharles
ArdlougherKennyMichael
ArdlougherMc CormackPatrick
ArdlougherMc PhilipsThomas
ArdlougherMc PhilipsCharles
ArdlougherMc PhilipsBridget
ArdlougherReillyCatherine
ArdlougherReillyCharles
ArdlougherReillyEllen
ArdlougherReillyMichael
ArdlougherReillyRose
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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