Residents on the estate of the Earl Fitzwilliam in County Wicklow, Ireland: Part I, 1827

Part I – 1827

**Recently updated with map of parishes and links to Tithe Applotment books for each parish.**

The following is a partial transcription of the manuscript, “Account of residents and occupiers of land on the estate of the Earl FitzWilliam (except Rathdrum, Wicklow, Newcastle and Jigginstown) taken in the years, 1827, 1839, 1848, 1850, 1860, 1868,” Ms. 6082, held at the National Library of Ireland, Dublin.1

In most cases, names are transcribed as-is. If you are looking for a specific person, try searching several spellings.

Transcribed by Erika Ward Lopresti

1827 Residents and Occupiers, Earl Fitzwilliam’s Coollattin Estate in County Wicklow
  1. Balisland, 1827
  2. Ballicionogue (Ballyshonog), 1827
  3. Boley, 1827
  4. Carrickgalter (Whiterock), 1827
  5. Carrickgalter (Cross), 1827
  6. Carrickgalter (Mullannaskeagh), 1827
  7. Carricknameal (Carrick), 1827
  8. Coolboy Upper (Hillbrook), 1827
  9. Coolboy Lower, 1827
  10. Coolkenna (Coolkenno), 1827
  11. Coolroe, 1827
  12. Coolruss (Coolross near Tinahely), 1827
  13. Corandogg (Corndog), 1827
  14. Croneyhorn, 1827
  15. Farnees (Bridgeland, Currevanish & Rathinteigue) 1827
  16. Farnees, 1827
  17. Killinure, 1827
  18. Knockatomcoyle, 1827
  19. Lugduff, 1827
  20. Muskeagh, 1827
  21. Tubberpatrick (Toberpatrick), 1827
  22. Tomcoyle at Tankensley, 1827
  23. References

Also see Part II (1839) and Part III (1848 & 1850) for similar lists of Residents and Occupiers on Earl Fitzwilliam’s Coolattin Estate.

Townlands Transcribed in Residents and Occupiers on the Estate of The Earl Fitzwilliam, 1827 & 1839

This is not a complete transcription or account of all individuals recorded in the manuscript. Head tenants are in bold type, listed above their sub-tenants. Where head tenants have no age next to their name, they probably lived somewhere else. Land area was recorded in Irish Acres. These are the same units used in the Tithe Applotment Books.2 To compare the land holdings from the Fitzwilliam Estate records to Griffith’s Valuation,3 which uses Statute Acres, it is necessary to convert the units.4

1 Irish Acre = 7840 yards2 = 4 Roods (Irish) = 1.62 Statute Acres
1 Rood = 1960 yards2 = 40 Perches (Irish)
1 Perch = 49 yards2
1 Statute Acre = 4840 yards2 = 4 Roods (Statute) = 0.617 Irish Acres
1 Rood (Statute) = 1210 yards2 = 40 Perches (Statute)
1 Perch (Statute) = 30.25 yards2

Information recorded for each tenant includes:
Occupier: Name of Head of Household (HoH)
Age: Age of Male HoH
Size of land holding:
A=acres (Irish)
R=roods (Irish)
P=perches (Irish)
Wife’s Age: Age of Wife of HoH, or Age of Female HoH
M Child: Number of Male Children
F Child: Number of Female Children
M Serv: Number of Male Servants
F Serv: Number of Female Servants
Occupation: occupation, occupation of sons often listed for widows
Notes: extra information written about occupier

Balisland, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Balisland 1834]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation Notes
Thomas Goodison   258 3 25
Michael Madden 62 2 50 3 1 Labourer
Martin Fox 62 3 50 3 2 Labourer
Richard Brazil 60 3 1 1 Labourer
Michael Connors 79 80 2 (orphans) A Pauper
Widow Jordan 3 76 2 1 Labourer
Moses Maxwell 64 1 Turner
Thomas Fox 50 1 50 3 4 Labourer
Michael Jordan 40 40 3 ?
John Jordan 36 30 2 Labourer
Bridget Mulhall 80
Wm Goodison  288  30
Patrick Kelly 60 12 62 1 2 Ploughman
Mary Styles 2 72 3 2 (foundlings)
Catherine Loftus 34 2 1
John Lyons 60 1 60 1 4 Labourer
Patrick Murphy 54 4 50 5 Labourer
Betty Doyle 52 Pauper an object of charity
Peter Byrne 48 Labourer
Charles Byrne 44 Labourer
Rachael Madden 50 1 2
Catharine Hickey 40 2 3
Mary Hillard 70
Joseph Hillard 30 1 (apprentice) Cooper

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Ballicionogue (Ballyshonog), 1827*
Tithe Applotment Books: [Ballyshonog 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation Notes
Abraham Bates 186 1 25
Lawrence Toole 62 7 dead 2 3 Cooper and Labourer
Ann Toole 5 2 56 3 1 Labourer
Richard Johnston 60 16 63 4 1 Labourer
Michael Byrne 54 3 56 3 3 Labourer
Patrick Byrne 52 2 2 58 1 1 Labourer
John Summers 50 10 49 6 2 P.. Maker
& Peter Summers 56 Labourer
James Toole 36 3 2 45 1 3 Labourer
Cath Cleary (Widow) 1 60 1 (nephew) 1 Labourer
Maurice Byrne   175 3 24
Richard Kavanagh 49 22 30 3 3 Farmer
John Byrne 80 6 82 Farmer
Edward Hopkins 32 8 30 1 3 Farmer
John Hopkins 28 7 26 2
Catherine Jones 15 50 3 3 Farming
Thomas Byrne 40 2 39 5 1 Labourer
William Hamilton 30 1 2 26 2 1 Labourer
Lawrence Toole 30 9 32 1 Labourer & Farming
Thomas Toole 60 9 1 1 Labourer & Farming
Thomas Mulhall 40 12 30 1 Labourer & Farming
John Toole 56 6 52 5 4 Labourer & Farming
James Kearns 28 9 26 2 2 Labourer & Farming
Frank Mulhall 40 9 42 3 Labourer & Farming
Widow Quail 3 44 1
Widow Brennan 12 80 4 Farming
Widow Byrne 70 1 Farming
Patrick Beaghan [Behan] 50 18 32 1 4 Labourer
Patrick Byrne 42 12 36 2 3 Farmer
Widow McDaniel 11 60 Farmer
Thomas Toole 68 8 2 1 Farmer
Lawrence Toole 30 8 2 30 2 Farmer
Widow Brennan 9 2 87 2 Farmer
Patrick Byrne 42 9 2 35 2 4 Farmer
John Toole 60 4 45 4 4 Labourer

*Note beside 1827 list for (Ballicionogue) Ballyshonog: “Until the last year, which unfortunately passed away un-productive one in this neighbourhoods, the common poor people generally supported themselves, and rarely paid their rents by their labour with [?], but in consequence of the failure in the crops last year they are now out of provisions and in arrears of rent. Abm Bates”

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Boley, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Boley 1825 p1], [Boley 1825 p2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation Notes
John Beaghan [Behan]   14 3 30
Patrick Beaghan [Behan] 37 3 34 2 2 Hatter
Michael Styles 29 1 24 1 Labourer
John Twamley 40 1 38 3 2 Labourer
Daniel and Cath Byrne 14 2 12
Edward Byrne 30 3 2 28 1 2 Labourer
Denis Byrne 33 1 25 1 a cripple…?
James Byrne 22 1 25 1 Labourer
James Doyle 50 7 50
John Codd 22 3 10  
Michael Tallon 48 2 50 Labourer
William Bailey 54 6 52 1 1 Labourer
Abraham Byrne 27 2 24 1 1 Labourer
James Balance 48 2 42 4 3 Labourer
Jos Codd, now Donaghue 27 1 7
Thomas Donaghue 38 27 1 7 3 (brothers) 1 (mother) Farmer mother age 72
Joseph Cooper 17   14
Joseph Cooper 78 2 72
Simon Cooper 31 12 30 3 1 Labourer
William Haskins 50 1 1 46 3 3 Labourer
William Armstrong 40 1 40 1 4 Labourer
Owen Kenny 40 3 2 45 4 4 Stone Cutter
William Dillon 82 11 2 11 80 3 Farmer
Owen Doyle 36 36 12 2 38 36 1 3 Farmer
George Fling 15 2 38
Mary Fling (Widow) 10 3 68 3 1 Farmer
& George Fling
James Fling 38 5 28 3 Labourer
Thomas Byrne 50 1 45 6 2 Labourer
Edward & Rice Fulham 21 2 39
Thomas Fulham 42 22 30 2 1 Farmer
Rice Fulham 76 2 1
Rice’s son’s family 35 3 2
John Gahan 51 1 6
John Gahan 75 65 2 3 Farmer
Michael Murphy 44 20 36 2 2 Labourer
Widow Byrne 2 33 3
Widow Balf 20 61 4 2
Widow Doyle 67
Edward Lyons 44 20 34 1 2 Blacksmith
John Tallon 69 63 1
Mattw Kavanagh, Exors. 11   38  
Martha Byrne 4 Farmer no house on this, Martha resides on part of Quigginroe
James Sympson 37 7 38 40 2 4 Farmer
Daniel & Martin Keeley 47 2 18
Daniel Keeley 82 1 80 a dealer in woods
Martin Keeley 45 45 4 2
John & Patrick Kelly 24 3 10
John Kelly 60 6 56 3 3 Labourer
James Kelly 56 6 40 3 3
Patrick Byrne 58 13 55 5 1 Mason
John Laybourne 41 3 15
John Laybourne 67 18 50 2 1 Farmer
Thomas Dowling 56 23 7 3 Weaver
William Connors 60 20 56 3 4 Labourer
Thomas Wall 58 20 58 4 Blacksmith

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Carrickgalter (Whiterock) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Carrickgalter (Whiterock) 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Francis Morris 250 1 6  
Francis Morris 40 165 30 3 2 Farmer
John Murray 40 1 40 3 3 Labourer
Lawrence Ward 34 1 27 1 1 Labourer
Hugh Byrne 63 1 2 1 Labourer
Michael Farrell 30 15 20 1 Farmer
Widow Freeney 2 45 2 3 Labourer
Edward Kelly 60 15 50 2 3 Farmer
William Murphy 60 16 50 4 2 Farmer
William Dunn 36 14 30 3 2 Farmer
Thomas Conroy 26 10 28 3 2 Farmer
James Byrne 40 10 34 Farmer
Michael Conroy 74 House 70
Widow Mahon House 45 1
John Leonard 36 1 32 2 3 Labourer

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Carrickgalter (Cross) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Carrickgalter (Cross) 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Samuel Morris 194 3 34  
Samuel Morris 80 186 77 1 2 2 Farmer
Thomas Kinselagh [Kinsella] 55 3 45 2 1 Labourer
Michael Leonard 50 1 40 3 3 Labourer
Widow Styles 3 60 3 1 Labourer
Patrick Macabe [MacCabe/McCabe] 38 1 38 5 2 Labourer

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Carrickgalter (Mullannaskeagh) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Carrickgalter (Mullannaskeagh) 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Stephen Morris 159 3 34  
Stephen Morris 44 144 1 34
Stephen Murphy 45 4 38 2 2 Labourer
John Grace 42 2 30 1 1, 1 (mother in law) Labourer
Laughlin Ryan 55 1 48 6 2 Labourer
Michael Dunn 70 3 1 Labourer
John Farrell 34 4 30 1 5, 1 (mother in law) Labourer
Patrick Leary 70 3 45 1 3 Labourer
Catherine Johnston 70

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Carricknameal (Carrick) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Carrick 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Wm Barker’s Exrs   200 3 10
Esther Barker 89
Benjamin Barker 63 84 4 1 Farmer
Richard Barker 46 39 50 7 3 Farmer
William Barker 52 16 2 Farmer
James Bennett 50 House 35 2 Labourer
Ralph Barker 48 32 46 5 4 Farmer
William Styles 44 House 30 1 1 Pensioner
William Tobin 36 House 27 1 Pensioner
John Dalton 70 House 50 3 2 Labourer
Joseph Barker 50 28 51 3 5 Farmer
James Toole 33 2 Labourer
William Toole 79 2 Labourer
Patrick Kavanagh 63 50 1 1 Labourer
66 Souls

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Coolboy Upper (Hillbrook), 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Hillbrook 1833 p1], [Hillbrook 1833 p2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Miss Symes   788   34  
Thomas Jackson 38 50 32 1 Farmer
Widow Jackson 60 22 60 1 Farmer
Henry Jackson 32 61 29 2 3 Farmer
Michael Kenny 35 7 28 2 2 Mason
James Kavanagh 56 10 2 1 Farmer
John Murphy 35 10 30 3 Farmer
Edward Donoghue 65 18 52 2 5 Farmer
Denis Kealey [Keeley] 44 10 38 4 2 Farmer
James Kealey [Keeley] 30 10 Farmer
John McDonald 47 12 42 4 2 Sawyer
Matthew Carroll 41 20 34 2 2 Farmer
Cain Carroll 37 21 28 1 2 Carpenter & Farmer
John Swain 70 7 Farmer
Peter Curren 62 10 60 2 Farmer & Mason?
Hugh Quigley 74 13 70 3 2 Farmer
Patrick Kehoe/Keogh 48 19 36 2 1 Farmer
Michael Stokes 50 20 40 5 3 Farmer
Widow Moran 55 2 1
James Neill 35 11 24 1 2 Farmer
Silvester Fox 43 4 Tailor
John Donoghue 46 8 3 1 1 mother Farmer
Denis Fox 48 10 38 4 2 Farmer & Sawyer
William Blake 32 42 31 3 1 Farmer
Robert Doyle 40 6 37 3 3 Farmer
Charles Murphy 73 30 2 2 Farmer
Thomas Dobbs 58 23 64 3 Farmer
Owen Doyle 29 9 24 1 2 Farmer
Peter Doyle 70 16 64 2 1 Farmer
William Roach 37 40 35 2 3 Farmer
Widow Hendlie? 1 80
William Kealey x 32 Blacksmith
Denis Kerrivan x 62 50 2 1
Nelly Curren x 55 Pauper
Thomas Meagher x 57 1 1 Pauper
Michael Quigley x 32 28 1 Cooper
Patrick Byrne x 44 47 4 2
John Doyle x 29 28 1 1 Weaver
John Millin x 50 48 1 1
Mary Shannon x 50 3 2
Thomas Roarke x 58 2 59 1 4 Labourer
Michael Roarke x 29 2 28 1 2 Labourer
Michael Sheridan x 48 55 4 1 Labourer
John Quigley x 40 20 35 1 Farmer
Laughlin Curren x 38 23 1 Labourer
Thomas Healey x 27 37 1 Labourer
Widow Smith x 50 2 3
Michael Mullen x 34 37 1 2 Groom
Patrick Brennan x 30 21 1 Labourer
xThose marked, not tenants of Miss Symes

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Coolboy Lower, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books for Coolboy:[Page 1], [Page 2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
James Symes, Exors   443 1 35  
John Symes
Andrew Blake 65 56 3 14 58 2 2 Farmer
Thomas Blake 60 53 49 5 3 Farmer
James Blake 38 9 22 1 Publican
Michael Osbourne 55 8 3 50 1 Servant & Farmer
Joseph Walsh 50 13 1 40 2 1 Miller
Patrick Byrne 65 4 1 35 50 2 1 Gardiner
John Byrne 60 1 55 Labourer
Richard Carr 35 2 3 25 1 Steward
Widow Toole 2 45 2 1
James Cummins 40 4 35 1 4 Carpenter
James Doyle 25 7 1 Labourer
Nicholas Ryan 60 5 1 31 55 2 2 Labourer
Ann Doyle 32 3 1
Peggy Doyle (Widow) 42 1 2
Patrick Fox 50 6 25 3 3 Sawyer
Denis Fox 32 1 25 1 2 Sawyer
Michael Deegan 45 8 36 3 3 Cooper
Isaac Leeson 46 13 20 29 1 1 Baker
Walter Thorpe 52 3 2 30 40 3 4 Blacksmith
Thomas Jordan 37 3 29 2 2 Labourer
Mary Byrne (Widow) 2 25 52 1
Mary Byrne (Widow) 1 53 1
Michael Curren 48 6 1 5 42 1 2 Labourer
Charles Curren 46 7 1 15 36 3 4 Labourer
Michael Fox 37 4 1 27 29 1 1 Labourer
Martin Carey 38 2 1 14 55 1 Labourer
Peter Tyrrell 62 8 1 37 54 4 3 Farmer
Michael Keating 53 10 2 40 2 3 Farmer
John Ryan 50 10 2 45 4 2 Farmer
John Doyle 30 10 2 1 2 Farmer
Walter Tyrrell 55 4 42 5 1 Labourer
Judith Toole 1 39 3 1
Alice Fox, Widow 35 1 3
Elizabeth Byrne 2 39 1 1
Margaret Goggins 70 * Resides with Michl Fox

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Coolkenna (Coolkenno) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Coolkenno 1825 p1], [Coolkenno 1825 p2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation Notes
Thomas Astleford   15 35    
Thomas Astleford 46 15 35 38 4 3 Farmer
Martin Swain 44 House & KG Labourer
Hugh Bailey   11 2 24  
Hugh Bailey 72 10 1 25 72 1 1 (dau in law) Farmer
Moses Nowlan 55 2 46 2 4 Labourer
John Bailey 45 1 32 1 Labourer
Patrick Bailey 9 3 11
William Sheane 36 2 38 2 5 Nailor
James Whelan 45 1 2 2 Labourer
Hugh Twamley 55 51 2 3 Cooper
James Lawler 50 1 1 50 2 2 Labourer
Read Jn, Kelly P.P.   5
Thomas Coleman 3 Serv of Read & Kelly
Sarah Bailey cabin 65 Serv of Read & Kelly
James Bardin   20   7  
James Bardin 80 20 70 2 nephews 1 niece Farmer
John Bailey 40 cabin 37 4 3 Labourer
Edward Styles 40 cabin 38 2 4
John Bardin 84 21 1 22 80 1 1 Farmer
James Beckett   14   30
Richard Beckett 32 10 29 1 2 Farmer got this as con… Portion
James Beckett 58 2 30 55 1 2 Farmer & Clerk to ?
James Sheane 2 doesn’t reside here
William & Paul Beckett   22 1 35  
Thomas Kenny 22 1 35 Farmer & Publican
Michael Jordan 50
John O’Neill 60 60 2 Labourer
Michael Carroll 36 2 24 Labourer
William Cooper   8   3   Farmer
William Cooper 76 8 3 70 Farmer
Simon Cooper, son of Wm 39 39 5 1
Robert Dack   21   6  
Robert Dack 30 21 31 3 2 Farmer
William Whelan 44 1 44 2 3 Labourer
Henry Townsend 56 cabin 46 2 3 Same & ? Constable
Thomas Oakes 38 20 38 3 Labourer
Wm Davis   18 1 35  
Eleanor Stewart 60 9 1 60 2 1 Farmer
Hetty Davis & 85
Debby Carpenter 58
George Myers
James Myers 2
Eleanor Myers 1
Charles Nowlan 35 9 35 33 1 Farmer
Robert Dowling   9 1 1  
John Dowling 24 fatherless and dependant on their labour
Thomas Dowling 12 fatherless and dependant on their labour
Maurice Dowling 50 46 2 2
David Halpenny   5 2 30  
David Pryce 3
David Halpenny 50 2 2 51
Will Halpenny 6 1 3 3 Farmer
Widow Halpenny 6 1 55 4 one son ? The other labourer
Catherine Halpenny   2   8
Thomas Harris   33 2 23
Sarah Harris, Widow 33 2 23 32 Farmer
Martin Doyle 32 24 1 2 Labourer
Judith Nowlan 46 1 2
James Jackson   29 2 1  
James Jackson & Abraham Kerzey 15 1 9
James Jackson 15 1 9
Widow Oakes 50 Housekeeper for Jas Keazey on this holding
Jackson & Pretney? Now Jackson & Murphy 41 3 32  
Thomas Jackson 62 17 2 4 Farmer
John Murphy 44 16 2 45 4 2 Slater?
Laurence Dolan 38 2 36 Tailor
Wm Izod now Abraham Hasking 213   31  
Thomas Lennon 51 12 3 38 56 1 2, 1 (mother) Farmer
Walter Stewart 49 4 2 20 47 3 2, 1 (mother) Labourer
William Flood, Sen. 58 cabin only free 52 1 2 Labourer
William Flood, Jun. 29 3 2 10 24 Labourer
Patrick Neill 54 4 3 33 Labourer
William Dowdell 38 17 1 22 30 4 Whitesmith
Simon Webb 60 cabin free 52 1 Tailor
John Webb 34 cabin under Wm Dowdell 27 1 Tailor
Catherine Campbell cabin free 70
Joseph Kidd 40 3 3 6 36 1 1
John Byrne 45 cabin free 2 1 Labourer
John Pryce 54 7 3 31 2 Farmer
John Sheppard 25 cabin under John Pryce 1 Carpenter
Andrew Wall 34 4 1 1 Labourer
Mary Dewey 4 1 20 50 1 4 son ? And foolish
James Dewey 46 4 1 10 3 2 Labourer
John Dewey 55 1 Labourer
Jane Twamley cabin free 60
Abraham Kerzey   12 3 33  
John Rice 50 House & KG 45 1 grandson Publican & Grocer
James Byrne 28 House & KG 30 3 Shoemaker
Peter Doyle 35 House & KG 37 1 2 Harness Maker
James Kerzey   4 3  
James Jackson 40 7 42 2 Farmer J. J. was left this by uncle ???
James Kerzey   24 2 15  
John Murphy 25 1 20 26 1 Labourer
James Kerzey 69 24 50 2 Farmer
Denis McGuire   5 2 1  
William Broughan 30 30 1 2 Blacksmith
Ainsley Stewart 45 1 45 1 1 Weaver
George McGuire   9   38  
James McGuire 35 9 1 70 3 2 Farmer
George Oakes 56 2 32 Labourer
Philip Groves 44 40 2 3 Labourer
Mary Byrne 60
James Sheane   16 1 38  
James Sheane 70 16 1 38 55 6 2 Farmer
John Sheane   13 3 39  
Thomas Kenny 50 13 3 30 2 3 Farmer
John Whelan, Sen. 32 House & KG 29 2 2 Labourer
John Whelan, Jun. 30 30 2 2 Labourer
John Bailey 66 70 1 Labourer
Bridget Stephens 50 1 1 Labourer
Edward Sheppard   6 2 18  
John Neill 40 2 30 3 2 Labourer
James Jackson 40 5 does not reside on this holding
John Twamley   32 1 14  
John Twamley 60 31 1 14 58 2 3 Farmer
Patrick Swain 46 1 38 2 5 Labourer
Daniel Whelan   2   1  
William Whelan 40 2 42 2 4 Labourer
William Dickson 50 cabin only 40 2 2 Labourer

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Coolroe, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Coolroe 1825 p1], [Coolroe 1825 p2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
John Carey 50 25   13 40 3       Farmer
Patrick Carroll 20 1 4 60 2
Ann Carroll 20 1 4 80 1 Farming
Bridget Byrne cabin only
John Elliott   10   32
James Doyle 32 10 32 30 2 1 Carpenter
Spencer Elliott   9 3 3
Spencer Elliott 68 5 3 64 1
John Griffin 32 4 25 3 1 Farmer
James Doyle   77
Terence Doyle 40 36 35 3 3 Farmer
Thomas Doyle 48 36 40 1 1 Farmer
Michael Doyle 36 10 30 2 1 Carpenter
Francis McDonnel 36 46 3 2 Labourer
Maurice Keeley 33 31 1 1 Labourer
George Greyley 32 30 1 Labourer
Andrew Tompkin 56 4 1 Stone Cutter
Mary Mulhall 65 1
Thomas Fitzhenry   9 1 21
Thomas Fitzhenry 62 9 1 21 57 2 Schoolmaster
Moses Richardson 45 House only 50 3 2
John Fitzgerald 34 Cabin & KG 31 Labourer
John Murrey 34 Fitzgerald’s cabin 35 4 1 Tailor
John Green’s Exors   83
Thomas Symes 40 12 40 2 2 Mason & Farmer
John Farrar 52 35 39 4 2 Farmer
Samuel Leeson 54 15 51 3 4 1, mother age 70 Farmer
Nathaniel Green 36 1 28 Labourer
Timothy Byrne 55 cabin 53 3 Labourer
Widow Kavanagh 8 57 2 1 son a carman
Isaac Goslin 58 9 32 1 3 Sawyer
Widow Goslin 3 64 1
John Byrne 40 cabin only 36 3 Labourer
William Griffin   32 3 6
John Griffin 32 16 1 13 57 2 Farmer
Thomas Mullery 65 Labourer
William Griffin 36 16 1 33 28 3 1 Farmer
William Griffin’s Exors   96
John Griffin 60 40 59 3 2
John Hefferin 45 40 3 4 Weaver
Mary Kesley Live together 40
Elizabeth Healey 45
George Griffin 57 55 1 45 4 4 Tailor & Farmer
George Carroll 35 2 30 2 1 Labourer
James Rea 40 1 46 2 1 Weaver
John Madden 30 cabin only 23 1, mother age 72 Labourer
John Brennan 26 cabin & shop 23 1 Blacksmith
Mary Kavanagh cabin only 28 1
Arimadas? Bryan cabin only 45
Ann Geynor cabin only 45 2 1
Andrew Carty 30 cabin only 28 2 1 Shoemaker
Henry Daniel 36 2 8 1 sister, 1 mother age 82
Francis Morton   11 3 4
Francis Morton 50 7 27 1 Farmer
James Neil 40 2 30 2 1 Labourer
James Kehoe 62 a cabin 35 1 2 Labourer
Mary Murphy a cabin 60 2
Owen Conners 63 a cabin 65 4 Labourer
Michael Kerrivan 34 a cabin 35 2 2 Labourer
Lawrence Toole 56 a cabin 55 2 3 Labourer
Michael Carey 38 1 2 36 1 1 Labourer
Patrick Carey 36 1 2 27 1 1 Labourer
Peter Moone or Moore 50 a cabin 62 1 Labourer
William Moone or Moore 26 a cabin 40 1 2 Labourer
Thomas Morton 19 5 30 3 1 Farmer
Thomas Morton 30 19 31
Michael Beaghan 32 a cabin
Peter Toole’s Exors   27
James Toole 50 40 2 brothers 4 Farmer
George Twamley   35
George Twamley 40 23 34 2 4 Carpenter & Farmer
Robert Collier 30 6 26 3 2 Huxter
Patrick McDaniel 37 2 31 1 2 Labourer
John Buckley 31 1 30 2 Labourer
Owen Simmons 43 a cabin 42 4 2 Shoemaker
Widow Maloney a cabin 55 1
Joseph Shaw 38 cabin & workshop 41 3 3 Nailor
James Neal   2 resides on Francis Morton’s farm

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Coolruss (Coolross, Tinahely, Parish of Kilcommon) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Coolruss/Coolross, Parish of Kilcommon 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
John Byrne   33   10
Widow Styles 29 41 4 3
James Doyle   30 1 37

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Corandogg (Corndog) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Corndog 1825]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Margaret & Patrick Hopkins   83 3 31  
Widow Hopkins 15 66 1 2 Farmer
Edward Hopkins 27 26 3 Farmer
John Hopkins 35 7 2 37 1 4 Labourer & Farmer
Charles Hopkins, Jun. 33 7 2 24 1 1 Labourer & Farmer
Charles Hopkins, Sen. 58 13 56 3 Farming
John Malone 33 8 32 2 1 Farming & Labourer
Pat Connell 50 1 2 40 Labourer
Edward Hopkins, Sen. 63 3 54 1 3 Labourer
Joseph Condell, Sen. 58 8 2 40 3 3 Farming
Edward Condell, Sen. 54 4 2 48 4 4 Weaver
Edward Condell, Jun. 29 5 3
Michael Neill 35 5 3 20
Thomas Hutton 24 24 1 Labourer
Ann Hopkins 30 1

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Croneyhorn, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books for Croneyhorn, 1833: [Page 1], [Page 2], [Page 3], [Page 4]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
James Bean 38 80   30 35 3 1 1 1 Farmer
Edward Neill 58 House only 2 Labourer
James Freeney 48 43 1 Labourer
George Binks   433   9
The Same   147 3 3
Thomas Carr 60 20 60 2 3 Farmer
John Murphy 66 18 60 Farmer
George Murphy 56 27 2 50 3 2 Farmer
Thomas Murphy 60 38 40 4 8 Farmer
Thomas Fanning 83 27 1 Farmer
Patrick Doyle 50 16 48 1 4 Farmer
Widow Doyle 6 68 4 Farmer
James Timmons 56 44 50 3 4 Farmer
Andrew Cleary 70 5 64 2 1 Labourer
Pat Hilbride 50 6 2 2 Labourer
Robert Scott 48 7 48 1 3 Farmer
Thomas Southern 54 14 46 2 3 Farmer & Butcher
Michael Summers 70 7 60 1 Labourer
Robert Cosker 32 7 32 1 2 Labourer
John Neill 38 5 34 2 4 Ploughmaker
Paul Bardin 30 3 2 5 Labourer
Michael Simpson 40 6 37 Pensioner
Joseph Rogers 54 36 1 1 Labourer
Wm Scanlan 46 5 34 4 Blacksmith
Widow Rogers 1 48 1 1
R Cozens [Cousins] 54 2 52 4 2 Labourer
John Roarke 52 2 54 4 1 Labourer
Richard Scanlan 32 3 Mason
J. & P. Meagher 45 3 Labourer
55 Labourer
Widow Kilbride 60 2 sons Labourers
F. Conner 40 34 2 5 Labourer
James Mernagh 64 76 a cripple
John Southern 61 2 60 2
John Ebbs 40 36 3 2 Carpenter
Mary Roach 65
William Butler 38 10 2 14 28 3 2 Farmer
Thomas Carr   11   21
Thomas Carr 4 *res on part of Mr. Binks’s holding
James Hilliard 33 House & KG 30 2 4 Cooper
Henry Kinselagh [Kinsella] 28 House & KG 22 1 2 Labourer
Simon Ebbs   18 1 18
Simon Ebbs 73 18 1 18 69
George Ebbs, his son 28
William Ebbs   30 1 3
William Ebbs 36 30 1 3 21 1 Farmer
Catherine Kenny 60 2 1 *one son a shoemaker, other a labourer
Jos & George Fitzharris   46 3 2
Michael Fitzharris s/o Geo 36 15 30 2 3 Farmer
James Fitzharris s/o Geo 40 7 2 34 4 2 Weaver
Thomas James 40 cabin only 30 2 Labourer
Catherine Doyle (Widow) cabin only 50 3 1
Thomas Goodison   9 3 19
Henry Grandy & Son   28   1
Henry Grandy 76 2 *res on part of Mr. Binks’s holding
John Grandy 53 40 3 2 Farmer
Thomas Redmond 33 38 5 2 Carpenter
Thomas Cummins 30 House & KG 33 2 1 Carpenter
Wm Brazil 33 House & KG 33 2 1 Labourer
Henry Grandy   11   1
Henry Grandy 76 11 1 1 Farmer
William Grandy 18 1 18
Bridget Lacey & Son   10 1 39
Lawrence Lacey 56 10 1 39 26
Michael Lacey 48
Richard Maxwell   10 1 22
Jane Maxwell 6 60 3 1
Michael Ruddock 35 6 24 1 1 1
Thomas Bishop 35 35 1 1 1 Shoemaker
John Mills, now Welsh   5 1 14
Robert Welsh 60 5 1 14 55 2 4 Shoemaker
The Reverend Murphy   3   26
John Oughton now Ebbs
John Ebbs Farmer
Michael Farrell Labourer
Will Prestley   24   30
William Driver 46 24 30 38 4 6 Shoemaker
Patrick Keogh/Kehoe 30 a cabin 1 2 Tailor

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Farnees (Bridgeland, Currevanish & Rathinteigue) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Curravanish 1824], [Raheenteige 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
John Leonard   301 2 23  
William Dalton 50 33 45 4 3 Farmer
Owen Byrne 38 20 45 1 1 Farmer
Lawrence McDaniel 37 89 35 4 3 Farmer
Simon Cleary 45 5 33 2 4 Farmer
Michael Cleary 38 5 37 1 Farmer
Catherine Cleary (Widow) 10 60 1 4 Farmer
Michael Kinselagh [Kinsella] 50 11 49 4 2 Farmer
John Byrne 45 10 40 3 2 Farmer
Henry English 47 11 37 1 3 Lathemaker
Matthew Mulhall 70 27 63 5 3 Farmer
Denis Kinselagh [Kinsella] 29 13 2 22 3 Cooper
Michael Clare [Clear] 40 35 40 2 1 Farmer
John Daly 45 20 32 3 1 Broguemaker
Elizabeth Byrne 42 2 3
Daniel Cleary 80 75
Anthony Brennan 50 1 2 45 3 2
James Hayden 30 3 30 2
William Hayden 35 3 40 5 1
Mary Byrne (Widow) 60 4
These [following four] not under tenants under [John]Leonard:
Thomas West 60 50 3 5
Thomas Darcey 45 36 2 6 Blacksmith
Mary Toole (Widow) 75 1 1
William Gain 42 35 3 2

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Farnees (Farnees) 1827
Tithe Applotment Books for Farnees [Farnees 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
William Leonard   277   4  
Andrew Clinch 52 21 50 4 2 Farmer
John Elliott 37 17 31 4 2 Weaver
Miles Mulhall 29 11 Weaver
Edward McDaniel 40 7 2 40 3 4 Labourer
Thomas McDaniel 38 9 Labourer
James McDaniel 58 9 50 4 1 Labourer
John Gain 37 9 32 Labourer
Daniel Byrne 40 3 2 30 1 Labourer
Thomas Mulhall 42 9 35 5 1 Labourer
Charles Mernagh 50 13 40 1 Labourer
Martin Mernagh 47 9 32 1 2 Labourer
John Cunan 36 4 2 35 5 Labourer
Michael Brennan 32 4 2 30 1 Weaver
Michael Cleary 30 4 2 31
Michael Gain 50 10 40 5 1
Patrick Kennedy 40 11 30 1 Miller
Dol. Mernagh 80 1
Edward Cunan 70 70
Peter Owens 40 30 1 1 Labourer
Daniel Cleary 35 30 2 1 Labourer

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Killinure 1827
Tithe Applotment Books for Killinure, 1825: [Page 1], [Page 2], [Page 3]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation Notes
John Byrne 56 10 3 50 3 4
James Carroll 42 4 31
James Carroll 46 42 31 32 Farmer & Miller
Arthur Nowlan 27 cabin 30 Labourer
Patrick Gaffney 40 cabin 38 4 2 Labourer
Samuel Dunn 64 2 69 2 1 Weaver
Abraham Coates   267 2 1  
Maurice Bryan 49 24 46 3 3 Farmer
Simon Bryan 50 12 40 4 2 Farmer
William Fenlon 56 8 1 sister Farmer
Thomas Fenlon 44 2 44 2 2 Labourer
John Kavanagh 66 18 70 1 son in law 1 dau, 1g.daughter Farmer
Patrick Kavanagh 40 17 29 2 1 Farmer
Thomas Kavanagh 70 2 60 2 Stone Cleaver
John Cassidy 56 2 50 Labourer
James Beckett 83 3 2 60 1 son, 1 s. in law 1 dau, 1g.daughter Weaver
James Deegan 37 8 33 1 1 Miller Mill idle
William Deegan 68 20 64 2 2 Farmer
John Kavanagh, Jun. 34 2 27 3 1 Blacksmith
Owen Cannovan 32 1 29 1 Labourer
William Cassidy 49 10 2 31 6 Farmer
Mary Deegan 25 63 2 2 Farmer
William McGrath 59 5 2 58 2 3 Farmer
Michael McGrath 50 5 2 40 5 1 Farmer
John Deegan 35 66 35 3 1 Farmer
Mary Murphy 32 69 3 2 Farmer
Michael Nowlan 30 24 1 1 Carpenter cabin on Mich McGrath’s land
John Coates Exors.   278 3  
William Shaw 41 132 33 1 1 Farmer
Joseph Deegan 60 28 2 60 Farmer
John Carroll 36 15 2 30 36 1 4 Farmer
Martin Nowlan 38 11 30 1 4 Farmer
Mary Kelly 7 1 5 61 3 1 Farmer
Patrick McGrath 73 21 1 71 2 1 Blacksmith
Thomas Rathwell 30 5 2 20 30 1 2 Publican
John Neill 40 3 2 10 35 2 2 Mason
John Nowlan 50 3 1 20 4 1 Labourer
William Carr 50 3 30 40 2 1 Labourer
Madge Darcey 3 3 50 4 2
John Coates, Exors  
Thomas Doran 60 3 2 61 3
Thomas Fenlon 60 1 2 10 52 3 3
Michael Darcey 60 1 60 4 3 Publican
James Mulloy 43 1 38 2 3 Labourer
James Carr 40 1 2 50 3 Labourer
Daniel Darcey 50 cabin free 48 2 3 Labourer
Eleanor Mulloy 1 2 36 4 1 Labourer
Samuel Oakes 48 cabin free 48 2 2 Labourer
Jane Nowlan cabin free 30 1 1
Patrick Kavanagh 60 1 2 62 Labourer
Philip McGrath 76 1
Mary Oakes 50 cabin free 50
William Neill 25 2 30 1 Stone Cleaver
Anne Nowlan 81
Bridget Fallon cabin 36 1 2
John Murphy 54 1 dead 3 2 Labourer
James & John Donnelly
Mary Donnelly (Widow) 12 14 40 3 1 Farming
Richard Kehoe 35 2 23 1 Labourer
Thomas Nowlan 46 6 1 8 36 1 3 Labourer & Farming
John Nowlan 50 6 1 7 54 1 Labourer & Farming
Michael Fallon 30 8 1 23 30 Farming
Owen Doyle   3 1 22  
Owen Doyle 70 2 31 70 1 2 Farming
James Hogan 30 1 30 1 Harness Maker
Denis Healey 65 46 3 24 60 4 1 Farmer
William Healey 25 cabin 30 1 Labourer
Margaret & Daniel Healey   28 3 19  
Daniel Healey 40 14 1 29 37 Farming
James Healey 36 11 3 11 30 4 1 Farming
Edward Healey 34 2 2 19 Farming
Matthew Healey   20 2 26  
Elizabeth Healey 10 3 13 65 1 1 Farming
Thomas Healey 34 9 3 13 34 2 2 Farming
James Hughes 21 1 30
James Hughes 66 12 3 16 58 3 3 Farming
Patrick Doyle 40 9 2 14 32 3 Farming
Michael & James Hughes   25 1 33  
Patrick Donoghue 46 25 1 33 20 4 2 Farming
Michael & Henry Hughes   24   4
Michael Hughes 32 19 4 Farming
Elizabeth Gaffney (Widow) House only 70 1
Margaret Donoghue 1 56 1
Edward Tomlinson 35 cabin only 35 1 2 Labourer
Patrick Fleming 55 4 3 2 Labourer
William Fleming 60 cabin 58 2 5 Labourer
Patrick Hughes   23 2 22  
Patrick Hughes 69 10 47 2 Farmer
William Hughes 38 13 1 2 30 2 Farmer
Thomas Hughes 40 cabin only 40 2 3 Shoemaker
Kelly, The Rector & P. P.   9 3  
Michael Kenny   3
Bridget Kenny 2 3 27 66 3 1 Farming
Thomas McDaniel 8 3 28
Mary McDaniel 2 60 2 2
John McDaniel 34 6 3 28 30 3 Farmer
Cath, Law & And Murphy   26
Laurence Murphy 44 17 1 14 40 2 2 Farmer
Andrew Murphy 41 8 2 26 36 3 Farmer
Mary & Patk Neal   25 2 14  
Patrick Neal 48 25 2 14 37 5 1 Farmer
John Whelan 50 cabin 37 Labourer
Michael Neal   39 2 27  
Michael Neal 60 39 2 27 8 1 Farmer
Patrick Tomkin 42 cabin 30 1 Labourer & Jobber
George Sherwood   110 2 1  
William Broughan 30 11 1 1 Labourer
Charles Byrne 40 4 2 38 1 4 Labourer
Patrick Fleming 55 2 2 2 Labourer
Patrick Young 67 4 2 55 1 1 Labourer
John Broughan 45 4 34 2 3 Labourer
James Fitzgerald 42 3 3 28 3 1 Labourer
Samuel Dunn 64 4 69 2 1 Weaver
James Meagher 45 1 50 3 1 Carpenter
William Welsh   21   9  
Thomas Walsh 46 2 9 44 3 5 Labourer
James Gafney 36 cabin 34 2 2 Labourer
William Welsh 40 10 35 3 1 Farmer
Michael Welsh 32 2 3 20 28 1 Labourer
Charles Kinshley 44 cabin 35 2 1 Labourer
Joseph Walsh 30 3 3 20 30 2 1
Silvester Nowlan 30 cabin 33 1 2 ? Maker
John Walsh 50 2 2 40 1 3 Car…
William Hughes 48 cabin 40 1 2 ? Maker

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Knockatomcoyle, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Knockatomcoyle 1826]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Joseph Barker   19 3 15
Moses Barker 45 19 3 1 brother 1 sist, 1 moth Farmer
Redmond Doyle 35 3 40 2 2 Labourer
Catherine Lennon 60 2 1 Son is Labourer
William Barker   41 3 26
William Barker 52 41 3 36 2 2 1 Farmer
Thomas Doyle 53 House & KG 53 7 Labourer
Chris. Pendergast 70 House & KG 80 Weaver
Matthew Byrne   65 2 24
Hugh Byrne 40 45 30 1 brother Farmer
Patrick Tallon 38 3 34 1 father age 74 4
Patrick Byrne, Exors.   44 2 12
Matthew Byrne 57 44 52 4 7 Farmer
Widow Byrne 40 2 5 Farming
James Breen 36 1 32 4 Labourer
Michale Kinselagh [Kinsella] 36 35 2 Labourer
Michael Byrne 50 14 2 8 Farmer
William Byrne   68   8
William Byrne 28 33 8 Farmer
James Byrne   35
John Doyle 56 1 40 2 3 Labourer
Thomas Conners & Mary Whelon 18 1 26
Widow Whelon 9 63 2 1
James Conners 18 9 2 sisters Farming
Patrick Bowe 60 House only 1 sist age 60 Farming
William Conners   12 3 14
Patrick Conners 42 2 35 2 1 Labourer
James Conners 40 2 31 1 1 Labourer
Joseph & Rich Gilbert   14 3 39
Margaret Gilbert 14 24
Sarah Gilbert 22
Lawrence Brohan 50 1 46 4 4 Musician
James Darcey 54 House & KG 40 2 2 Labourer
William Straghan 55 House & KG 48 3 3, 1 sister age 58 Labourer
Thomas Haskins   68
Richard Farrell 44 39 1 mother age 60 Labourer
George Ireland, Exors   33 1 10
Patrick Hennessey 62 14 47 3 5 Farmer
Joseph Timmin 75 10 1 2, 1 mother age 80 Labourer
Margaret Murphy 50 1 5
Margaret Hennessey 9 46 3 1 Farming
John Ireland, Exors   57   10
John Ireland 45 57 43 4 5 1 1 ?
William Doyle 46 1 45 7 Labourer
Margaret Ireland   9 1 32
Matthew Bryan 50 9 3 32 40 6 3 Pensioner
Thomas Ireland   52 2
Peter Bryan 39 37 2 30 6 3 Farmer
Thomas Ireland 80 14 2 77 1 1 Farmer
James Doyle 30 25 2 1 Labourer
Mary Moore 50 1 2, 1 mother-in-law, 80
Thomas Joyce 27 24 1 1 Mason
Denis Laughlin 60 13 23 54 1 g.son 1 Farmer
Widow Laughlin   12 3 28
Widow Laughlin 12 3 28 50 Farming
Denis Laughlin 40 29 3 Denis & Pat sons of Widow Laughlin
Pat Laughlin 30 Tailor
Wm & Jas Lawler   20   35
Silvester Donaghue 30 20 35 32
Isaac Straghan   8   36
William Taylor 40 6 60 1 1* 1* *Foundlings
Thomas Wheyburn 36 2 1 carpenter son
Edward Byrne 38 30 1 2 1…Straghan Wid, age 65
Bridget Styles (Widow) 70
Isaac Straghan 2 *does not reside on the land, is now in the police
John Straghan   20 3 31
Stephen Dolan 70 19 2 65 2*, 1** 2* *Grandchildren, **son in law 35 Farming
Charles Eager 40 1 2 38 4 3 Carman
John Donnelly 37 43 3 4
Matthew Tallant   9   19
Patrick Tallon 48 4 2 30 6 Farming
John Clancy 60 50
Edward Tallon 55 48 1
Matthew Kelly 55 4 2 50 2 Farming
Edw & Pat & John Tallant   12   9
Elizabeth Tallon 1 1 33 62 2 2
Matthew Tallon 29 House only 24 1 1
Edward Tallon 55 5 48 4 1
Patrick Tallon 48 5 2 4 30 6
Denis Tomkin   20   34
John Hasking 30 22 1 Labourer
Cath Prestley 77 1
Thomas Haskins   20   34
James Tomkin   20 2 30
James Tallon 56 2 58 2 3
Wid Tomkin 20 45 9
Robert Tomkin 22  3 22
Robert Tomkin 60 22 3 22 2 2 Farmer

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Lugduff, 1827
[Lugduff 1831], [Lugduff, Tenement Valuation]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Wm Driver now Byrne   4 3 12
William Driver 63 54 2 4 Shoemaker
Matthew Byrne 3 3 1
Wm McCormick   165
Wm McCormick
Catharine Evans 9 70 2 2 sons Labourers
John Synnott 50 5 40 6 2 Weaver
John Breen 50 5 40 2 4 Weaver
John Rooney 40 5 38 1 4 Labourer
John Gormican 40 5 40 2 1 Labourer
Wm White 40 5 40 4 Pensioner
Henry Barry 40 5 40 1 Labourer
John Price 40 3 58 2 1 Labourer
Arnold Rogan 70 1 2* 3*, *grandchildren Labourer
Michael Kavanagh 40 1 40 1 Labourer
James Kearns 36 1 30 2 2 Labourer

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Muskeagh, 1827
Tithe Applotment Books: [Muskeagh 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Edward Doyle   82 2 11
Edward Byrne 63 83 54 4 Farmer
Edward Doyle 30 1 1 1 mother 80, sister 28 Labourer
Edward Byrne   87 1 5 1/2
Michael Stafford 31 3 2 1 3 Taylor
Patrick Bryan 33 3 28 1 Labourer
James Garret 55 2 51 3 Labourer
Michael Lennon 65 2 59 2 Broguemaker
Lawrence Dunn 47 47 2 2 3 Farmer
Denis Darcey 35 9 2 35 3 1 father 80 Farmer
James Lowingham 54 4 3 1 1 Weaver
Widow Byrne 47 3
John Deegan 28 25 3 Labourer
John Styles 40 37 1 2 Labourer
John Kelly 38 34 1 2 Labourer
Mary Neil 60 1 daughter, 1gr.daught
Chas & Joseph Byrne   95   22 1/2  
Charles Byrne 63 23 3 50 4 4 Farmer
Edward Byrne 34 23 3 30 2 3 Farmer
Joseph Byrne 70 23 3 60 2 1 Marg Byrne, Wid age 80 Farmer
Mary Byrne 23 3 55 1 2 Farmer
James Carroll 60 45 1 1
Thos Byrne & John Donnelly   33 3 26
Thomas Byrne 65 22 2 54 6 1 1 Farmer
Ann Donnelly 11 1 56 4* 1 1 1 Farmer
*Two of the males by Byrne her former husband
Rich & John Giddins   34 1 20
Richard Giddins 63 17 1 65 1 (sister, 53) 1 1 Farmer
John Giddns 55 17 1 54 2 2 Farmer
John Haskins   1 1 36
Mary McDaniel House & KG 61 2
William Moore 29 House & KG 32 Weaver

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Tubberpatrick (Toberpatrick), 1827
Tithe Applotment Books for Toberpatrick, 1825: [Page 1], [Page 2]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Will Brownrigg 94 3
William Brownrigg 76 60 2 1 Farmer
John Bryan 40 7 38 2 2
George Smith 32 9 26 1 1
Patrick Jones 49 3 40 2 6 Blacksmith
Garret Byrne 50 2 45 1 2 Labourer
Daniel Rogan 70 1 Labourer
Charles Rogan 37 1 Labourer
James Rogan 29 Labourer
James Ruth 29 House 32 1 1 Mason
John Boulger 30 House 20 1 Broguemaker
Patrick Barrett 24 24 1 1 Labourer
Mary Bryan House 53
Mary Dixon 2 49 3 1
Mary Cullen House 64
Mary Kerrivan 52 1
James Byrne 11 3 37
John Byrne 46 5 2 50 3 Farmer
Sarah Byrne, Widow 2 63 1* 1 *grandson
Daniel Neile 47 1 47 2 1, 2 grand daughters Labourer
John Slater 5 *Resides on an adjoining farm
Peter & John Donnelly 76 1 20
John Donnelly 80 38 60 4 1 Farmer
Thomas Carroll 45 29 50 4 3 Farmer
Thomas Doyle 50 9 40 1 1 Farmer
Thos Edwards & George Fillaroy? 7 1 28
Andy Bail 40 3 40 4 2 Weaver
Michael Ward 45 5
Abraham Hobson 55 2 10
Abraham Hobson 53
Mary Ward 1 72 2
Robert Gilbert 34 House 33 1 1 Shoemaker
William Doyle 42 1 33 1 3 Labourer
Michael Kehoe 48 House 38 1 3 Labourer
Jas Morton now Dowse 84 1 15
Henry Dowse 64 2
Thomas Mernagh 60
Michael Mernagh 33 4 30 1 1 Labourer
John Hara 37 2 2 23 1 1 Labourer
Patrick Haragh 33 2 2
James Morton 55 2 40 2
Luke Toole 60 1 45 2
Patrick Kavanagh 55 5 50 1
Thomas Kavanagh 30 2 24 1 1
Abraham Hobson 2
Edward Pearce & Abraham Hobson 53 3 5
Abraham Hobson 25 25 3 1 Labourer
John Hobson 60 57 3 1 Labourer
Patrick Whelon 60 1 56 4 Labourer
Luke Kearns 55 53 1 3 Labourer
George Slater 8 6 1
Dorothy Slater 8 6 1 50 7 2 Farming
John Summers 11 1 32
Mary Summers 11 1 32 58 1 3 Farming
Michael Ward 45 41 1 39 6 2 Farmer

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Tomcoyle at Tankensley, 1827

Tithe Applotment Books: [Tomcoyle 1823]

Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Charles Coates, Exors 710 14 Farmer
Hugh McCann 50 14 1 50 4 2 Farmer
Widow Ward 12 3 60 1 1 Farmer
Widow Doyle 27 2 75 1 age 20 1 Bro in law age 70 Farmer
Lawrence Kelly 40 10 2 20 40 3 2 Farmer
Widow Kelly 10 2 20 29 2 1 Farmer
Denis Doyle 52 20 1 40 3 2 Farmer
Thomas Doyle 44 11 1 37 5 2 Brother in law age 37 Farmer
Joseph Ward 40 12 45 2 Farmer
Lawrence McCann 55 12 1 50 3 4 Farmer
John Kearnon 60 12 3 50 3 1 Brother? age 45 Farmer
James Byrne 37 11 35 3 2 Tailor
Charles Byrne 70 20 1, 1 nephew 1 Farmer
George Reynolds 41 22 43 2 2 Farmer
Thomas Magee 78 13 1 1, 1 grandson 2 Farmer
Richard Davis 44 3 36 3 2
Patrick Kearnon 72 12 3 53 2 Farmer
Patrick Byrne 70 5 1 2, sister, granddaughter
Widow Mooney 50 11 2 2
James Davis 40 9 1 40 3 3 Farmer
Michael Kearnon 36 9 1 30 1 3 Farmer
Thomas Ward 43 11 1 42 4 4 Farmer
John Murphy 44 8 2 43 6 3 Farmer
Garret Doyle 50 13 3 40 7, 1 father 1 Farmer
Thomas Ward 50 12 3 31 2 1 Farmer
James Doyle 62 16 3 1 5 Farmer
David Kerrivan 81 3 1 60 1 son in law 1
Eleanor Kerrivan 1 3 30 50 1 son in law, 1 grandson 1, 1 granddaughter
Michael Byrne 45 12 1 45 4 2 Farmer
Undertenants to the above:
Andrew Neil 40 House only 40 3 1 Tenant to Geo Reynolds
James Murphy 24 2 30 1 Tenant to Wd Mooney
James Byrne 66 3 64 1 Tenant to James Doyle
Thomas Byrne 34 2 33 1 3 Tenant to Patrick Byrne
Thomas Kelly 36 House only 30 1 2 Tenant to Law. Kelly
Widow Kavanagh 50 1 1, 1 nurse child Tenant to John Kearnon
Anthony Ryan 50 40 2 Pensioner

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Reference Notes

  1. “Account of residents and occupiers of land on the estate of the Earl FitzWilliam (except Rathdrum, Wicklow, Newcastle and Jigginstown) taken in the years, 1827, 1839, 1848, 1850, 1860, 1868″, Ms. 6082, National Library of Ireland, Kildare St., Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland.
  2. Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, The National Archives of Ireland, (http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie : accessed 13 Oct 2016); citing: Ireland, Land Commission, Tithe Applotment Books, Public Record Office, Dublin.
  3. “Griffith’s Valuation,” database with images, Ask About Ireland, (http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/ : accessed. 13 Oct 2016).
  4. Francois Cardarelli, Scientific Unit Conversion: A Practical Guide to Metrication (London: Springer Science & Business Media, 2012), 95; digital images, Google Books (https://books.google.com/books?id=sEHtBwAAQBAJ : accessed 13 Oct 2016).

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