Moher Townland

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Logainm ID4855
BaronyLoughtee Upper

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 1652Moher
ProprietorLady Culme

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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Property of the Bishop of Kilmore. This townland is divided into 3 parts each under

a separate landlord. viz. Mr. Creighton, Dr. Armstrong and Mr. James Smith. The average yearly rent is from 25s. to 32s. per acre. Soil is of a yellow gravelly nature and the usual crops are oats, potatoes and flax. In many places the Granwacke rocks appear high above the surface. There is an ancient fort in this townland and the road from Cavan to Kilnaleck passes through the South end of the townland.


The property of Lord Farnham. Soil is middling and produces oats, potatoes and

flax. Some pebbles of limestone are found in this townland near a well. The relic is an old burying ground here called Relig An Ir Fhuair, The Cold Man's Grave. The inhabitants are all Roman Catholics. The old burying ground is within 2 chains SE. of the townland and trignometrical station of Banaghy. There are no antiquities.

Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

MoherHeaslipJames, Sr.
MoherHeaslipJames, Jr.
MoherMc CormackCharles
MoherMc IntyreHugh
MoherMc ManusHugh

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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