Kilnacreevy Townland

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NameKilnacreevy
Logainm ID4837
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 1652Kilnekreevy
ProprietorWm Skales

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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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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Kilnacreevy

Property of S. Swanzy Esqr. Leased to 21 occupying tenants during the term of 3

lives or 31 years at a rent varying from 25s. to 30s per acre. Co. Cess is paid by the Carvagh at 2s. per acre annually. Tithes are not paid at present. 6 cotters living on the townland. The usual crops are oats, potatoes and flax. Turbary is sufficient. There is no school in this townland. The children attend Drumlogagh school in the parish of Crosserlough. Kilnanarey Lough in the S.W. portion of the townland abounds with pike and perch. The prevailing names amongst the peasantry of this townland are Galligans and Cookes. Population is 136, all Roman Catholics.


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
KilnacreevyAchesonThomas
KilnacreevyCookeCornelius
KilnacreevyCookeMichael
KilnacreevyCorrMichael
KilnacreevyCroninPhilip
KilnacreevyCuffePatrick
KilnacreevyGalliganThos., Jr.
KilnacreevyGalliganThomas, Jr.
KilnacreevyGalliganThomas
KilnacreevyMartinCatherine
KilnacreevyMc NallyJohn
KilnacreevySheridanCharles
KilnacreevyTullyJames
KilnacreevyTullyJohn
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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