Residents on the estate of the Earl Fitzwilliam in County Wicklow, Ireland: Part II, 1839

Part II – 1839

**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

1839 Residents and Occupiers, Earl Fitzwilliam’s Coollattin Estate in County Wicklow
  1. Balisland, 1839
  2. Ballicionogue (Ballyshonog), 1839
  3. Boley, 1839
  4. Carrickgalter (Whiterock), 1839
  5. Carrickgalter (Cross), 1839
  6. Carrickgalter (Mullannaskeagh), 1839
  7. Carricknameal (Carrick), 1839
  8. Coolboy Upper (Hillbrook), 1839
  9. Coolboy Lower, 1839
  10. Coolkenna (Coolkenno), 1839
  11. Coolroe, 1839
  12. Coolruss (Coolross near Tinahely), 1839
  13. Corandogg (Corndog), 1839
  14. Croneyhorn, 1839
  15. Farnees (Bridgeland, Curravanish & Raheenteige) 1839
  16. Farnees, 1839
  17. Killinure, 1839
  18. Knockatomcoyle, 1839
  19. Lugduff, 1839
  20. Muskeagh, 1839
  21. Tubberpatrick (Toberpatrick), 1839
  22. Tomcoyle at Tankensley, 1839
  23. References

Also see Part I (1827) 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 (Irish) = 1960 yards2 = 40 Perches (Irish)
1 Perch (Irish) = 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, 1839
Tithe Applotment Books: [Balisland 1834]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Eliz Goodison (Widow) 258 3 21
Richard Brazil 60 2 2 1 2 Labourer
Michael Fox 37 40 1 Labourer
Peter Fox 44 1 2 1 Labourer
John Harris 25 1 (father), 1 (uncle), 1 (mother), 2 (sisters)* Labourer
*his father and mother very old, and uncle upwards of 70
Terence Kehoe 34 30 1 2 Labourer
John Jordan 45 37 3 3 1 Labourer
Eleanor Jordan, Widow 43 4 1 ?
Robert Jordan 38 Labourer
Michael Madden 24 2 2 1 (mother), 1 (sister) Labourer
John Madden 38 Labourer
John Tyrrell 44 2 2 Blacksmith
Wm Goodison Exors 288   30
Mrs. John Goodison (Widow) 1 2 Farmer
William Goodison Farmer
Michael Kelly 41 10 40 2 3, (1 mother) 1 Ploughman
Benjamin Styles 32 30 2 2, 1 (sister) Ploughman
Charles Byrne 60 1 (brother) 1 Tanner
Catharine Loftus (Widow) 30 2
Catharine Hickey (Widow) 50 1 2
Thomas Madden 27 1 1, 1 (mother), 1 (sister) Carpenter
Joseph Hillard 50 43 2 1 Carpenter
Patrick Murphy 70 1 65 6 Labourer
Stephen Lyons 40 6 3 1 Labourer

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Ballicionogue (Ballyshonog), 1839
Tithe Applotment Books: [Ballyshonog 1824]
Valuation Office Books: House Books for Ballyshonog: [House Books, Old]
Valuation Office Books: House Books for Ballyshonog: [Page 1], [Page 2], [Page 3]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Robert Bates   104 2 38
Earl Fitzwilliam   81 2 27
Lawrence Toole 70 6 2 2 1 Labourer
Nancy Toole 4 65 2 1
John Bambrick 45 3 40 2 3 Labourer
Richard Johnson 40 5 32 1 Labourer
James Tallon 48 5 45 3 2 Labourer
Catherine Cleary 1 70 1 Labourer
Catherine Byrne 80 2
Robert Bates & Henry Morton 175 3 25

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Boley, 1839
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
John Beaghan [Behan]   14 3 30
Patrick Beaghan [Behan] 55 5 2 46 2 3 2 Hatter
James Keiley 47 9 2 *see Keiley Martin & Dau for… Farmer
Daniel & Cath Byrne 14 2 12
James Doyle 60 7 2 63 3 2
Denis Byrne 45 1 38 3 3
Esther Byrne, Widow House & KG 62
James Byrne 30 *Lodges with Wid Esther 40 2 3
John Newland 6
John Codd   22 3 10
Joseph Abraham 46 22 2 42 4 1 Farmer
Mary Fox 65 1 1 Son a Labourer
Bridget Shanks 30 1
Joseph Codd, now Donaghue 27 1 7
Thomas Donaghue 50 27 1 7 3 brothers 1 mother, 1 sister 1 1 Farmer
Joseph Cooper   17   14
Edward Lyons 60 0 0 0 55 2 3 Blacksmith
Michael Tallon 65 68 2, 1 (mother) Labourer
William Haskins 30 1 1 28 3 Labourer
James Kennison 31 28 1 1 Labourer
James Keeley   15 3 14 Keeley purchased from Cooper, now head tenant
William Dillon   11 2 11
Patrick Dillon 52 10 2 11 30 1 1 Farmer
Thomas Dillon 49 1 Lab, bro to Pat
Owen Doyle   12 2 28
Edward Doyle 30 12 2 28 25 1 brother, Daniel Doyle a carpenter
Patrick Shea 16
Sarah Doyle, Widow 70
Patrick Doyle 48 House & KG 46 1 3 Rent Free
George Fling   15 2 38
Mary Fling Widow 11 78 2 1 Farmer, George’s Widow
James Fling 53 5 40 4 4 Farmer, Son of George
John Fling 40 cabin 32 1 4 Labourer
Edward & Rice Fulham 21 2 39
Richard Fulham 50 11 48 4 3 Farmer
Thomas Fulham 51 11 44 4 2 Farmer
Michael Doyle 60 52 2 3 a pauper, rent free
John Gahan   51 6 1
John Gahan 88 80 1 (nephew) 1 (sister) 4 1 Farmer
Nicholas Balf 43 1 45 2 2 Labourer
& Mother 74
Widow Byrne 40 1
Maur Kavanagh, Exors 11   38
Denis Kavanagh 35 5 2 28 1 1 1 Farmer
John Hemming 46 5 2 38 42 2 1, 1 (step-daughter) Farmer
Martin & Daniel Keeley 47 2 18
James Keeley 47 47 2 18 42 1 1 6 2 Farmer & dealer in woods, charcoal
John & Patrick Kelly   24 3 10
John Kelly 70 6 66 3 1 Farmer
James Kelly 65 6 49 3 1, 1 (sister? age 28)
Patrick Byrne 68 13 24* 4 Stone mason
*wife to Michael, son of Patrick
John Leybourne   41 3 15
Widow Leybourne 38 57 2 1 1 Farmer
John James 50 42 3 2 2 ?
Thomas Dowling 40 2 2 43 1 2 Jobber & Labourer
John Connors 28 3 26 2 Labourer
Patrick Connors 26 House 24 1 Labourer

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Carrickgalter (Whiterock), 1839
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 43 160 42 5 5 4 4 Farmer
Michael Byrne 30 2 24 2 1 Labourer
John Leonard 45 2 40 1 3 Labourer
Laurence Ward 42 2 40 2 3 Labourer
Widow Freeney 2 46 2 2 Labourer
Michael Bryan 54 6 40 3 2 Labourer
James Farrell 28 1 34 1 Labourer
William Murphy 60 16 53 2 1 Farmer
William Dunn 50 14 45 6 4 Farmer
Michael Kelly 30 15 24 2 Farmer
Michael Farrell 40 8 34 3 3 Farmer
Thomas Conroy 40 10 36 5 5 Farmer
James Byrne 50 10 43 Farmer
Widow Mahon 20 55 1

 

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Carrickgalter (Cross), 1839
Tithe Applotment Books: [Carrickgalter (Cross) 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Samuel Morris
Ellen Morris, Widow 42 1 2 2 Farmer, Stephen’s Wid
Thomas Styles 45 3 42 2 Labourer
John Styles 50 50 1 1 Herd
Margaret Leonard 3 47 3 1
Catherine Kinselagh [Kinsella] 3 60 2 1

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Carrickgalter (Mullannaskeagh), 1839
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
Patrick Leary 82 2 57 2 Labourer
Patrick Hughes 24 1 23 1 Labourer
John Grace 48 40 1 1 Labourer
Mary Collins 3 38 2 4 Sons Labourers
Thomas Hughes 60 1 3 2 Labourer
James Hughes 28 1 24 1 1 Labourer

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Carricknameal (Carrick), 1839
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
Benjamin Barker 34 82 22 1 2 2 Farmer
Benjamin Barker, Sen 75 *resides with son Ben
Richard Barker 58 72 54 7 2 1 Farmer
George O’Hara 50 2 43 4 1 Labourer
John Dalton 73 1 2 3 Labourer
John Hill 34 33 1 1 Labourer
William Styles 60 1 41 1 3 Pensioner
Robert Styles 54 50 3 1 Labourer
William Barker 15 *Resides on his holding at Knockatomcoyle Farmer
John Prestley 50 48 4 3 Labourer
James Byrne 30 29 Labourer
Martin Tomkin 46 14 44 5 2 Labourer
John Murphy 32 14 30 2 1 Labourer**
George Murphy 45 1 44 1 2 Labourer**
**These are on that part purchased by Ben Barker from Joseph Barker
72 Souls

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Coolboy Upper (Hillbrook), 1839
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
Earl Fitzwilliam 12 2 32
Mrs Symes 770 5
William Blake 41 42 40 5 2 Farmer
William Brislawn 36 38 2 1 Farmer
Matthew Boulger** 42 2 48 1 4 Labourer
John Balf 30 5 26 1 1 Labourer
Widow Byrne 60 3 2 Pauper
Cain Carroll 45 18 45 1 4 Farmer
Peter Curren 65 5 70 1 Huxter
Laughlin Curren 48 40 2 3 Labourer
Michael Conners 40 8 36 1 Farmer
Eleanor Curren 60
Mary Curren 70 *one of Lord F’s pensioners
Widow Donaghue 18 60 2 5 Farmer
Thomas Dobbs 68 6 70 1 Farmer
Owen Doyle 41 9 40 5 4 Farmer
Robert Doyle 55 6 54 2 3 Labourer
Michael Doyle 35 15 28 Farmer
Denis Fox 60 10 50 5 4 Sawyer
Silvester Fox 56 4 Tailor
Richard Henderson 60 1 Pauper
Henry Jackson 44 70 42 5 5 Farmer
James Kealey 43 10 2 Farmer
William Kealey 46 5 42 2 1 Blacksmith
Denis Kealey 50 10 2 46 5 3 Farmer
Patrick Keogh [Kehoe] 56 20 46 2 1 Farmer
James Kavanagh 60 10 2 3 Farmer
Edward Kavanagh 36 6 30 1 1 Shoemaker
Widow Kerrivan 54 2 1 Pauper
Widow McDaniel 18 60 2 5
John Murphy 42 30 26 1 1 Farmer
John Murphy 50 10 46 6 Pauper, owes 4 yrs rent
Patrick Murphy 37 6 36 3 1 Labourer
Thomas Meagher 70 1 Pauper
Michael Moran 39 2 30 1 2 Labourer
Michael Mullen 48 1 50 1 3 Servant
Christopher Neill 50 4 48 3 2 Steward
James Neill 47 11 36 2 3 Farmer
James Nagle 27 26 3 Labourer
Edward Quigley 56 4 2 Labourer
Widow Quigley** 1 40 3 Sons labourers
Widow Quigley 8 2 83 1 2 Farmer
Michael Quigley 43 38 2 1 Cooper
William Roach 48 40 48 3 4 Farmer
Thomas Roarke** 70 1 72 3 2 Labourer
Michael Roarke** 41 40 Labourer
Thomas Roarke** 30 26 Labourer
Michael Stokes 60 23 50 4 2 Farmer
Patrick Shannon 35 6 38 3 Labourer
Widow Smith 60 1 son a labourer
Widow Shannon 60 1 1
Owen Summers 56 51 4 1 Shoemaker
Michael Sheridan** 70 70 3 1 Labourer
James Sinnott 40 30 2 3 Labourer
Widow Shannon 60 1 1
Owen Summers 56 51 4 1 Shoemaker
Michael Sheridan** 70 70 3 1 Labourer
James Sinnott** 40 2 1 30 2 3 Labourer & Jobber
** Tenants to Henry Jackson

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Coolboy Lower, 1839
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 Beaghan [Behan] 53 10 1 2, 1 brother 1
James Blake 41 15 35 1 2 2 Publican
Edward Byrne 40 1 2 33 1 1, 1 mother Labourer
Eliz Byrne, Widow 60 1 1
Mary Byrne, Widow 3 43 2
Patrick Byrne 82 4 75 1, 2 nephews 1, 1 dau in law Farmer
Martin Carey 55 1 2 60 3 2, 1 dau in law Labourer
Thomas Byrne* 29 28 2 Labourer
Richard Carr* 47 2 2 34 1 2 Farmer & steward
*Tenants to Martin Carey
John Chamney
Andrew Blake 28 33 1 mother 2 1 Farmer
Thomas Blake 38 28 34 3 3 1 1 Farmer
John Ryan 67 10 65 6 3 Shoemaker
Michael Keating 69 10 65 2 4 Farmer
Patrick Keating* 29 28 1 1 Labourer
*Son of Michl Keating..part of…
Thomas Doyle 44 10 43 1 4 Farmer
Alice Fox* 45 1 3
*Wd. Has a small house on Brother’s ground
John Ledden 27 House only 27 Herd
James Cummins 48 4 1 37 43 4 3 Farmer & Carpenter
Ann Curren (Widow) 8 1 21 45 2 5 Farmer
Michael Deegan* 26 25 1 1 Labourer
*Resides with-mother in-law [Ann Curren]
Michael Curren 50 3 3 3 50 1 2 Labourer & Farmer
Michael Deegan 54 4 3 22 47 3 2 Cooper
James Doyle 36 6 2 8 36 1 bro, 1gr. son 1 ?F..zier?
Earl Fitzwilliam 25 1 20
Denis Fox 41 3 27 40 4 3 Labourer
Simon Byrne 32 30 4 Stone Cutter
Michael Fox’s Widow 4 26 40 3 5 Farmer
Patrick Fox 60 5 1 5 45 1 2 Farmer
Thomas Jordan 55 1 2 50 2 3 Labourer
Isaac Leeson 56 11 2 46 2 4 2 1 Farmer & Publican
Peter Mellon 54 1 50 4 2 Labourer
Michael Osbourne 68 4 15 70 1 1 1, 1 moth-in-law Farmer
Nicholas Ryan 80 5 2 6 1 1 Farmer
Thomas Ryan* 30 30 1 1 1
*Resides with Nicholas, his father
Walter Thorpe 70 7 1 36 65 3 3 Blacksmith
Thomas Toole 30 1 2 1 30 1 Labourer
Peter Tyrrell 80 13 3 6 1 1 1 Farmer
Thomas Tyrrell 38
Walter Tyrrell 63 2 1 12 3 1 1 Labourer
Thomas White 1 33
Michael Kelly* Labourer
*Now building a new cottage on small plot lately occupied by Jas Welsh

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Coolkenna (Coolkenno), 1839
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
Thos Astleford   15   35
Widow Astleford 15 35 52 1 1 1 x Farmer
Mary Philips x
Hugh Bailey   11 2 24
Christopher Bailey 38 11 36 2 3 Farmer
Moses Nowlan 60 2 24 56 2 3 Labourer
The Reverend Sheahy 9 3 11
James Bardin   20   7
Henry Twamley 48 20 Farmer
Mary Kelly 75 2
Patrick Kelly 40 Shoemaker
Thomas Kelly 38 Labourer
William Kelly 36 40 1 1
Edward Styles 49 48 2 4 1 Carpenter
John Bardin   21 1 22
John Twamley 21 1 22
James Beckett   14   30
James Beckett 73 4 30 1 1 Parish Clerk
Richard Beckett 42 10 40 3 3 Farmer
Wm & Paul Beckett   22 1 35
Thomas Kenny 67 22 42 3 3 1 1 Farmer
John Kenny 50 20 42 4 3 Dealer
Peter Doyle 40 40 1 Cart & Harness Maker
Patrick Neal 45 5 40 1 2 Labourer
Patrick Nolan 25 30 1 Labourer
John Neal 80 80
Carroll now Wd Maloy   2 24
Widow Maloy 2 24 47 4 1 Labourer
Simon Cooper 51 8   3 51 4 2 1 Farmer & publican
Robert Dack   21   6
Robert Dack 44 21 6 41 5 4 Farmer
William Doyle 35 House & KG 30 2 1 Labourer
Lawrence Murphy 40 lodger with Doyle 42 2 1 Labourer
Will Davis   18 1 35
Eleanor Stewart 87
Charles Nowlan 45 9 37 47 3 2 Farmer
Simon Cooper 9 37 * purchased by one
Robert Dowling, Exors 9 1 1
Susan Doolan 70 1 1 2 1 Farmer, *son’s children
Robert Doolan 26 25
David Halpenny   5 2 30
Peter Brohan 56 50 1 (Judith Gahan; a deserted child)
Will Halpenny   6 1
Bryan McGuire 45 6 1 28 1 3 2 2 shopkeeper & Farmer
Owen Whelan 75 70 1 1 servants
James Jackson   2   8
Thomas Fleming 50 47 3 4 Shoemaker
Harris now Lennon   33 2 23
William Lennon* 32 33 20 2 (bros in law)** 1 Farmer
*Married to eldest dtr of Sam Harris; **brothers-in-law to Lennon
Martin Doyle 45 1 34 3 3 Labourer
Judith Nowlan House & KG 60 1
Michael Kelly 30 28 1 Labourer
Jas Jackson & Abm Kerzey 15 1 9
Walter Gilbert 60 Labourer
Ann Lennon 60 Labourer
James Jackson 15 1 9
James Jackson   29 2 1
James Jackson   26 1 28
Alexander Murphy 34 2 30 1 Labourer
Edward Sheppard 63 65 3 Carpenter
John Hefferon 28 2 30 3 2 Labourer
Charles Murphy 70 2 1 Labourer
Jane Murphy 40 1 Lodger
Widow McCann 65 3 Labourer
John Murphy 56 15 52 4 3 Farmer
Wm Izon now Abm Haskins 213   31
Mrs. Haskins 156 1 12 48 3 3 3 3 Farmer
Thomas Lennon 64 13 2 67 1 (mother age 95) Farmer
John Clare 37 9 31 Ploughman
Walter Stewart 62 7 2 22 1/2 60 2 1 (mother age 97) Labourer
Mary Dewey 4 31 1/2 59 1 3 Labourer
Andrew Wall 50 4 31 1/2 36 Labourer
James Dewey 55 4 1 10 50 2 1 Labourer
John Cammel [?] 41 3 2 42 3 Labourer
William Flood 40 3 1 31 4 Labourer
Joseph Kidd 50 3 3 6 48 3 1 Mason
James Flood 30 3 1 25 1 1 (mother) Labourer
John Sheppard 38 House 28 2 3 Carpenter
John Byrne 56 House 1 1
Abraham Kerzey   12 3 33
James Jackson 50 53 3 2 1 2 Farmer
John Twamley 31 2 bro. Mason
James Byrne 40 38 4 Shoemaker
Michael Alpin 45 1 35 Shoemaker
John Murphy 40 1 34 1 1 Labourer
James Kerzey   24 2 15
Thomas Pryce 31 24 29 3 2 1 Farmer
Denis McGuire   5 2 1
William Broughan 40 House & KG 36 4 3 Blacksmith
Michael Brennon 34 House & KG 33 2 3 Weaver
James Bruiser 60 lodges with Brennan
Cath Clarkston 55 Nurse Tender
James McGuire 43 9   38 33 2 3 1 Farmer
Archibald Montford     2 32
John Dagg 47 26 1 4 Labourer
Thomas Oakes 48 45 1 3 Labourer
William Barrington 40 46 3 Labourer
Frances Young 60 1 Son Labourer
John Sheane now ?   16 1 38
John Sheane 33 16 1 38 26 1 1 Farmer
John Sheane   13 3 39
Thomas Kenny 67 13 3
Morgan Donaghue 35 35 1 1 mother in law age 75 Dealer
John Whelan 29 28 2 Labourer
James Whelan 45 20 40 4 3 Stone cleaver
James Keefe 50 50 2 2 1 1 Dealer
Mary Kenny 40 2 2
Edward Sheppard   6 2 18
John Neill 40 39 3 3 Labourer & Herder
James Jackson 5
John Twamley   31 1 14
Widow Twamley 31 70 1 2 1 1 Farmer
Patrick Swain 55 1 1 14 1 2 Labourer
Michael Swain 27 lodger w/ Pat Swain 25 1 1 Labourer
Daniel Whelan   2   1
James Carr 30 27 3 Labourer
William Dixon 60 House & KG 1 1 Labourer
Thomas Draghedy [?] 30 Dixon’s son in law 29 3 Labourer

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Coolroe, 1839
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 66 25   13 1 Farmer
Patrick Carey 24 26 1 Farmer
Patrick Carroll’s Exors 20 1 4
James Deegan* 32 20 1 4 28 2 2 1 1 Farm
*son of the law of defs?
John Elliott 10 32
James Doyle 40 10 32 27 4 3 Carpenter
John Griffin   9 3 3
John Griffin 40 4 3 21 1/2 36
John Madden 40 34 5
Patrick Moore 28 26 2 6, 1 sister 1, Jane Buckley, a lodger
William Lizzey? 72
William Griffin   4 3 21 1/2
James Doyle   77
Thomas Doyle 59 33 50 2 1 1 2 Farmer
Michael Freeney 32 House & KG 30 1 2 1 1 Blacksmith
George Greyley 45 46 3 1 1 Labourer
Margaret Elliot, Widow 52 1 Labourer
Terence Doyle 51 33 46 3 3 1 1 Farmer
Miles Giles 40 1 40 1 1 2 Shoemaker
John Doyle 41 House & KG 41 2 4 Weaver
Mary Mulhall 71 1 Stocking knitter
Mick Doyle (Terence’s Brother) 48 11 3 3 1 Carpenter
Thomas Fitzhenry   9 1 21
Widow Fitzhenry
John Fitzgerald 45 a few perches & house 45 Labourer
Moses Richardson 61 63 2 Caretaker
John Farrar   83
John Farrar 67 43 51 4 3 Farmer
Widow Leeson 20 71 3 2 1 Farmer
Isaac Goslin 72 9 1 Sawyer
John Goslin 30 28 Sawyer
Arthur Kavanagh 38 8 34 2 Carrier
Widow Goslin 3 82 1 1
Timothy Byrne 70 20 60 2 Herd & Basket maker
William Griffin 48 16 3 23 40 3 2 1 Farmer
John Griffin   15 3 23 Farmer
Wm Griffin’s Exors   96
John Griffin 74 40 72 2 2 1 Carpeter & Farmer
John Hefferin 52 50 3 2 Labourer
Mary Carey 55 1 2
George Griffin 70 28 55 2 2 1 Tailor
James Rea 53 2 59 1 1 Labourer
Peter Hennessey 40 3 40 3 1 Labourer
Anty Byrne 55 Labourer
Samuel Griffin 35 28 27 1 1 1 Farmer
Edward Toole 34 40 1 1 Labourer
Edward Darcey 38 32 2 2 Basket maker
Widow Ward 58 2
Patrick Tobin 40 2 38 2 3 Labourer
Bob Brown 45 38 Labourer
Daniel Kenny 48 2   8 1 sister, 1 mother age 82 Carpenter
Francis Morton   11 3 4
Francis Morton 67 6 3 38 6 Farmer
Patrick Carey 46 2 38 2 4 1 Labourer
John Carey 39 1 50 1 Labourer
Thomas Sheridan 34 28 2 1 Labourer
John Kehoe 45 54 2 3 Labourer
Owen Connor 62 64 2 Labourer
Patrick Doyle 32 35 1 Labourer
James Neal 46 2 36 6 1 Labourer
Mary Kenny 61 1 3 Stocking knitter
James Kehoe 60 52 2 1 Labourer
Martha Mellon 50 1 Stocking knitter
Winny Mellon 46 Stocking knitter
Lawrence Byrne 26 23 1 Tailor
Elizabeth Jackson 45 1 1 Stocking knitter
Andrew Kealey 40 43 3 2 Labourer
Joseph Hyde 26 34 3 Labourer
Thomas Morton   19   5
Thomas Morton 44 19 45 3 1 Farmer
Michael Beaghan [Behan] 45 3 2 50 3 1 Cattle Dealer
Peter Toole’s Exors   27
Moses Bryan 46 25 1 46 4 4 1 Farmer
John Giddins 41 1 3 37 3 1 Cattle Dealer
George Twamley   35
George Twamley 54 32 40 4 6 Farmer
Robert Collier 40 2 2 36 6 1 Shopkeeper
John Buckley 42 2 40 2 2 Labourer
John Sheridan 36 27 2 1 Labourer
Michael Hanbridge 56 60 1 1 Tailor
Margaret Donoghue 50 1 son a Labourer
Patrick Sheridan 25 25 1 Labourer
Widow Murphy 40 2 2
Patrick McDaniel 54 2 48 3 3 Labourer
William Dillon a cabin not a resident but… Nailor
Michael Penrose 60 1 1
Thomas Owens 30 40 1 Labourer

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Coolruss (Coolross near Tinahely), 1839
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
Edward Taylor
Miss Bates
James Doyle   30 1 37
Thomas Doyle 60 3 0 0 50 Labourer
John Doyle 62 3 0 0 70 Labourer
Thomas Johnston 40 80 (mother) 2 (brothers) 1 (niece) Labourer

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Corandogg (Corndog), 1839
Tithe Applotment Books: [Corndog 1825]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Earl Fitzwilliam   2 2 24
Edw & Wm Hopkins   79
Edward Hopkins 39 14 2 38 5 1 1 Farmer
Charles Hopkins 46 7 2 36 4 2 Farmer
Margaret Hopkins 80 supp. by son Edw
Catharine Hopkins 7 2 50 2 4 Farmer
Richard Hopkins 28 13 2 37 3 2 1 Farmer
Catharine Hopkins 3 70 1 3
John Malone 44 10 39 5 1 Carman
Michael Neill 46 14 37 3 3 1 Farmer
Joseph Condell 72 8 2 52 2 4 Farmer

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Croneyhorn, 1839
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   80   30
James Bean 50 78 45 4 1 2 Farmer
Edward Neill 70 House only 2 Labourer
James Freeney 60 House only 55 Labourer
Thomas Freeney 30 House only 26 2 Ploughman
Patrick Summers 28 House only 40 1 1 Labourer
George Binks   433   9
George Binks   147 3 3 Imperial
Thomas Dekenzy 59 252 1 17 1/2 47 6 5 4 3 physician
Thomas Carr 71 21 3 36 68 1 1 1 Farmer
Richard Scanlan 43 2 2 16 29 2 1 Mason
John Roark 61 2 3 9 61 3 1 cattle Dealer
Richard Cozens [Cousins] 68 1 26 1/2 62 2 1 Labourer
*Superannuated, supported by his family
David Walker 39 10 2 26 1/2 32 2 4 Profs…?
Michael Simpson 50 5 34 46 1 pensioner
James Timmon 70 44 1 27 53 1 3 1 Farmer
John Fanning 39 26 3 3 1/2 28 2 2 1 1 Farmer
Ann Cleary 4 19 1/2 66 1 Farmer
Patrick Doyle 63 16 1 27 1/2 61 1 3 Farmer
Honor Doyle 4 3 37 81 3 1 Farmer
Patrick Kilbride 61 5 3 10 1/2 2 2 gardener
Robert Scott 74 6 1 62 1 1 Farmer
William Scanlan 62 3 2 19 43 6 blacksmith
Ann Murphy 38 1 10 50 3 4 Farmer
Bridget Rogers not charged rent 59 1
Judith Murphy 41 3 9 1/2 64 2 1 1 Farmer
Catherine Murphy not charged rent 73 1 son a Labourer
John Summers 53 7 2 10 41 4 Labourer
John Scanlan 31 Labourer
Eleanor Cahill 2 13 64 1 Farmer
Hannah Kilbride not charged rent 72 1
John Clarke 39 1 3 10 37 4 3 2 1 Slater
John Southern 74 1 1 27 74 Jobber
Thomas Southern 64 13 1 37 58 2 3 Farmer
Robert Cosker 46 9 15 44 2 5 Labourer
John Cosker 53 3 2 1/2 42 2 1 Labourer
John Bardin 31 2 2 32 32 Labourer
James Summers 43 3 3 20 41 2 2 Labourer
William Butler 50  10 14  40 2 sons, 2 bros 4 Farmer
Thomas Carr   4   21
Thomas Carr   4
James Hilliard 46 House & KG 42 1 5 cooper
Gabriel Thorpe 42 House & KG 39 7 weaver
Simon Ebbs   18 1 18
Simon Ebbs 86 18 1 81 2 1 coppice keeper
George Ebbs 42 32 1 2 Farmer
William Ebbs   30 1 3
William Ebbs 49 30 31 1 3 1 Farmer
Edward Kenny 40 1 1 sister Labourer
William Kenny 30 Shoemaker
Joseph S. Graham   46 3 2
Joseph S. Graham   46
John Redmond 53 herd
Thomas Byrne 30 25 1 2 Ploughman
Elizabeth Goodison (Wid) 9 3 19
Henry Grandy & Son   28   1
John Grandy 64 19 54 4 2 Farmer
Henry Grandy   11   1
Henry Grandy 69 11 1 1
Edward Hopkins 36 34 2 3 1
William Grandy   18 1 18
Henry Grandy 48 18 3 2 Farmer
Bridget Lacey & Son   10 1 39
Lawrence Lacey 68 10 1 39 40 3 2 1 Farmer
Michael Ruddock 10 1 22
Thomas Bishop 44 45 2 4 Shoemaker
John Mills &…   5 1 14
Robert Welsh 74 5 1 14 1 1 Carman
The Reverend Murphy 3 26
John Oughton now Ebbs 31 3 13
Will Prestley   24   30
William Driver 60 24 30 50 2 3 Farmer
Joseph Cosgrove 35 37 3 2 Labourer
Elizabeth Byrne 80
James Simpson   17 1 22
Joseph Graham   23   31
Joseph Graham 59 23 31 50 3 2 Farmer

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Farnees (Bridgeland, Curravanish & Raheenteige) 1839
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
John Byrne 60 50 1 1 Labourer
Michael Clare 47 31 2 45 2 1 1 Farmer
Patrick Byrne 40 40 2 3 Labourer
William Dillon 50 31 2 50 5 2 Farmer
Owen Byrne 66 21 50 1 1 Farmer
Elizabeth Donaghue 40 1 2 Mantua Maker
Lawrence McDaniel 50 89 47 5 3 1 Farmer
William Gain 50 1 48 2 2 Labourer
Matthew Mulhall 88 11 73 3 1 Farmer
Timothy Mulhall 46 14 30 2 1 1 Farmer
Denis Kinselagh [Kinsella] 40 14 32 6 Farmer
Denis Mulhall 30 4 25 1 Farmer
George Raffle 28 25 1 1 Farmer
Mary Byrne, Widow 60 2 Farmer
Christopher Dorcey 25 24 1 Blacksmith
Thomas West 70 70 2 3 Publican
Thomas Smith 40 40 3 2 Labourer
Thomas Mernagh 34 1 30 2 3 Publican
Lawrence Byrne 35 1 33 2 2 Carpenter
William Haydon 48 3 2 50 5 1 Farmer
James Haydon 46 3 2 44 4 Farmer
Anthony Brennan 55 2 52 1 Broguemaker
John Toole 57 10 50 2 1 1 Farmer
Simon Cleary 52 1 47 3 1 labourer
John Dayley 55 5 44 6 2 Farmer
John Kinselagh 34 9 30 1 Farmer
John Cleary 42 10 40 3 1 Farmer
Ann Kinselagh [Kinsella] 6 60 3 2 Farmer
Darby Byrne 38 10 34 2 1 Farmer
Henry English 56 14 38 3 5 Farmer
John Synnott 35 34 3 1 Labourer
Elizabeth Byrne 48 1

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Farnees, 1839
Tithe Applotment Books for Farnees [Farnees 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Wm Leonard’s Exors 277   4
Mrs Leonard, Widow 51 2 1 1
Joseph Leonard   29 1 1
James Furlong 45 11 40 5 5 Mill Wright
Catherine Gain, Widow 10 60 4 1
Michael Brennan 42 5 40 1 4 Weaver
Thomas Curren 50 5 54 3 1 Labourer
Peter Owens 42 4 2 1 3 1 Labourer
Widow Mernagh 4 2 45 1 5 1
Charles Mernagh 64 10 56 1 1 Farmer
Daniel Cleary 45 4 2 40 3 3 Labourer
Michael Cleary 50 4 2 55 1 1 Labourer
Thomas Mulhall 55 22 2 55 5 1 Farmer
Daniel Byrne 50 15 2 40 1 3 1 Farmer
McDaniel Dead 12 2 Dead 4 1 Farmer
Thomas McDaniel 55 12 2 1 1 Farmer
John Gain 50 6 2 45 1 Labourer
James Kelly 28 6 2 25 1
Edward McDaniel 60 11 1 4 Farmer
Miles Mulhall 40 12 1 Weaver
John Elliott 50 17 2 47 5 6 Farmer
Catherine Clinch, Widow 22 60 3 2 Farmer

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Killinure, 1839
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
Patrick Byrne 28 10 3 26 2 (brothers) 5 (sisters) Farmer
James Carroll   42 2 31
James Carroll 58 50 10 2 Farmer & Miller
Arthur Nowlan 39 42 2 3 Labourer
Patrick Gafney 52 50 4 (Jas Lawrence, orphan) 1 Labourer
James Byrne 38 35 Labourer
Abraham Coates   267 2 1
Miss Coates   100
James Byrne 41 28 Steward
William Deegon 75 20 70 1 2 2 Farmer
Patrick Kavanagh 40 17 39 3 4 Farmer
John Kavanagh 83 1 78
Anne Kavanagh, Widow 17 38 1 3 1 Farmer
Margaret Codd, Widow 3 37 1 1 2 Farmer
Eliz Beckett, Widow 80
James Deegon 49 8 40 2 2 Farmer & Miller (mill idle)
William Fenlon 72 6 1 sister Farmer
Thomas Fenlon 52 2 50 3 2 Labourer
Thomas Cassidy 24 3 24 Labourer
Simon Bryan 59 12 50 4 2 Farmer
Morris Bryan 60 24 50 3 2 Farmer
James Deegon 35 26 30 1 2 2 Farmer
John Kavanagh 40 2 38 3 6 Blacksmith
William Cassidy 58 10 45 6 1 Farmer
John Cassidy 21 20 1 Labourer
William McGrath 70 5 68 2 1 Labourer
Michael McGrath 60 5 50 5 Farmer & Labourer
Archibald Montford   241 3 32
Earl Fitzwilliam   36 3 8
James Neal 38 10 40 2 2 Stone cleaner
John Neal 48 10 48 2 3 1 Mason
Thomas Rathwell* 41 4 41 1 3 2 Farmer
*to be put off the land next September
William Carr 62 10 61 1 1 Farmer
Joseph Deegon 72 27 60 3 Farmer
William Ireton 38 1 35 2 1 Labourer
Jake Ireton 30 3 30 1 2 Labourer
John Burkett 45 2 40 2 4 Ploughman (son a ploughman)
Archibald Montford
Widow Donnelly   3 2 12
Thomas Donnelly 27 24 30 1 1 Farming
Michael Tallon 45 8 40 4 2 Farming
Thomas Nolan 50 1 2 3 Labourer
Owen Doyle   3 1 22
Catherine Doyle, Widow 3 1 22 88 1 2 Farming
Denis Healy   46 3 24
Denis Healey 32 46 3 28 5 Farmer
William Healey 36 House & KG 35 1 4 Shoemaker
Thomas Healey 30 res with Denis Healy Stone cutter
Marg & Danl Healy   28 3 19
Daniel Healey 58 14 1 29 1/2 40 2 Farmer
James Healey 54 2 37 44 8 2 Labourer
Edward Healey 52 5 1 36 36 3 Farmer
Patrick Murphy 29 8 23 Farmer
Patrick Doyle 24 a house 25 1 Stone cutter
William Healey 30 a house 24 Labourer
John Healey   20 2 26
John Healey 44 11 2 32 2 3 1 1 Farmer
Thomas Healey 47 11 2 46 1 3, 1 mother age 70 Farmer
James Hughes   21 1 30
Widow Hughes 5 3 59 2 Farmer
Patrick Doyle 47 9 2 14 40 1 6 Farmer
Patrick Hughes 35 6 20 33 2 1 Farmer
Patrick Gahagan 32 House only 30 1 Stone cutter
Michl & Jas Hughes   25 1 33
Michl & Henry Hughes 24   4
Michael Hughes 43 19 1 40 1 2 1 2 Farmer
Patrick Fleming 67 4 3 2 1 Farmer
Jer Gafney 45 42 6 5 Jobber & Labourer
William Fleming 70 1 2 Jobber & Labourer
Patrick Hughes   23 1 22
Patrick Hughes 86 10 57 1 son in law 2 Farmer
William Hughes 46 13 3 40 4 3 Farmer
John Donaghue 34 House only 34 4 1 mother age 70 Labourer
The Reverend Sheahy, PP 9 3
Michael Kenny   3
Bridget Kenny 3 70 4 2
Patrick Donaghue   8 3 28
Patrick Donaghue 50 8 3 36 4 3 Farmer
John McDaniel 46 House 3 1 Labourer
Mary McDaniel resides w/ son John 70
Cath & Law & And Murphy 26
Lawrence Murphy 55 17 1 14 43 2 3, 1* Farmer
*1 Catherine Murphy, mother to Larry and Andy is yet living and has see 102 years almost is yet in perfect posession of all her mental faculty
Andrew Murphy 53 9 50 4 Farmer
Mary & Patrick Neal   25 3 14
Patrick Neale 60 25 2 4 2 1 Farmer
William Healey 40 cabin 30 1 1 1 Labourer
Michael Neal   39 2 27
Michael Neal 80 39 2 20 4 2 Farmer
Patrick Fleming 32 cabin 21 1 Labourer
William Sherwood   110 2 1
William Sherwood 37 97 3 13 32 2 2 2 Farmer
George Sherwood 70 Yeoman Officer
John Broughan 55 1 40 3 4 Labourer
John Kenny 35 10 35 2 1 mother age 70 Labourer
George Dunn 35 4 2 31 1 Labourer
Matthew Dunn 32 Labourer
Peter Doyle 40 10 40 3 2 Labourer
Matthew Byrne 37 Cabin & Forge 30 2 1 1 Blacksmith
Thomas Broughan 48 8 1 sister, 1 mother Labourer
Charles Byrne 54 2 1 50 2 5 Labourer
James Meagher 54 1 3 1 Carpenter
James Fitzgerald 52 3 3 40 2 2 Labourer
William Welsh   21   9
William Welsh 55 12 46 5 2 1 Farmer
Joseph Welsh 43 3 3 20 45 5 1 2 Farmer
John Welsh 59 2 1 50 1 3 Carman
Thomas Welsh 57 2 52 3 Labourer
James Carr 50 House 59 1 2 Labourer
James Gafney 52 House 56 3 sons, 1 son in law 1 1 lodger age 76 Labourer
Widow Welsh 1 42 1 1
John Keogue 28 30 1 Labourer
John Murphy 70 House 1 1 Labourer
James Keogh/Kehoe 32 House 34 3 1 Labourer
William Hughes 57 House & K. G. 60 2 2 Feather Plucker

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Knockatomcoyle, 1839
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
Joseph Barker 63 20 63 1 1 Farmer
John Ryan 40 40 3 Labourer
William Barker   41 3 26
William Barker 64 41 3 48 3 2 1 2 Farmer
Margaret Byrne 49 3 2 sons are labourers
Matthew Byrne   65 2 24
Hugh Byrne 52 65 42 1 brother 1 sister 3 2 Farmer
Patrick Tallon 46 1 43 2 3 Labourer
Matthew & Widow Byrne   44 2 12
Matthew Byrne 69 64 Farmer
Widow Byrne 52 Farmer
James Behan 40 2 36 3 2 Labourer
Michael Kinshley 40 3 24 4 Labourer
Michael Byrne 60 14 2 8 55 3 3 Farmer
William Byrne   68   8
William Byrne 40 33 8 bro. sister 1 Farmer
John Farrell 33 34 1 Labourer
James Byrne 35 1 Farmer
Sarah Brownrigg* 66 *mother-in-law takes care of D?
Patrick Byrne 30 1 26 sister Ploughman
Thos Conners & Mary Whelon 18 1 26
James Conners 28 9 17
Thomas Tomkin 40 9 30 4 1 Farmer
Mary Whelan, Widow 9 70 3 1 Farmer
James Byrne   12 3 14
James Byrne 42 11 3 14 41 4 1 Farmer
Margt Conners, Widow 1 75 2 *receives a pension from Earl Fitz.
Jos & Rich Gilbert   14 3 39
Denis Byrne 38 14 33 2 1 Farmer
Laurence Brohan 55 4 50 1 2 musician
James Dorcey 60 4 55 2 2 Labourer
Thomas Haskins   68
Thomas Haskins 60 68 1 nephew 2 2 Farmer
Richard Farrell 40 26 1 Labourer
George Ireland Exors 33 1 10
Patrick Hennessey 74 14 59 2 4 Farmer
Henry Timmin 48 10 2 30 1 2 1 lodger
Margaret Hennessey 9 2 57 2 1 Farming
John Ireland Exors 57 10
John Ireland 57 56 2 55 3 3, 1 grand dau 1
William Straghan 65 1 60 2 1 Carpenter
Andrew Broughan 30 1 30 3 M..Master?
Ann Leary 60 Schoolmistress
Margt Ireland 9 1 32
Matthew Bryan 65 9 1 56 4* 2
*One Son Tailor & One a Labourer
Wid Ireland & Peter Bryan 52 2
Esther Ireland (Widow) 14 1 86 1 grandson 1 gr daughter 1 Farming
Peter Bryan 57 37 2 43 7 5 Farmer
Mary Moore 62 1 1 1
James Keeley 47 34 4 1
Denis Laughlin   13   23
Denis Laughlin 74 13 23 40 1
John Doyle 40 35 4 1 1
Widow Laughlin   12 3 28
Widow Laughlin 12 3 28 3 Farmer
Denis Laughlin 50 40 2 2 Farmer
Wm Lawler & Jas Tallant 20   35
Silvester Donaghue 46 20 35 40 1 6 1 1 Farmer
Isaac Straghan   8   36
Isaac Straghan 52 8 36 38 3 3 Farmer
Thomas Wybrant 52 1 2, 1 Cath Straghan age 80 Carpenter
William Taylor 57 58 1 Shoemaker
John Straghan   20 3 31
Peter Doyle 50 19 2 21 44 5 1 Farmer
Charles Eager 53 1 1 52 3 3 Publican & Carman
Hugh Clare 40 30
Mary Shanks *Mother-in-law to Hugh Clare* 80 2 3
John Donnelly 48 56 1 1
Matt Tallant, Exors   9   19
Patrick Tallon 58 4 2 50 8 Farmer
Edward Tallon 35 4 2 30 1 Farmer
Redmond Doyle 35 House only, to leave next May 40 2 Labourer
Edw & Pat & Jno Tallant 12   9
Edward Tallon 67 9 2 12 61 2 2 Farmer
Thomas Kelly 40 1 28 1
Laurence Tallon 1 Labourer
John Tallon Blacksmith
Matthew Tallon 3 5 Blacksmith
Patrick Tallon
Redmond Doyle 40 60
Denis Tomkin   20   34
John Haskins 42 20 34 34 2 3 Labourer
Ann Doyle 50
Cath. Prestley 70 1
Laurence Tallon 36 30 3 Labourer
Jas Tomkin now Blake 20 2 30
Henry Blake 54 20 36 3 5 Farmer
Widow Tallon 74 1 1 gr dau 1
Robert Tomkin   22 3 22
Robert Tomkin 20 2 2
Mary Tomkin 50

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Lugduff, 1839
[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
Wm McCormick’s Exors 165
Edward Grange 33 40 2 2 Farmer
Henry Barry 48 3 48 1 Labourer
William Owens 36 1 2 24 1 Stone Cleaver
Michael Evans 56 1 1 1 Labourer
James Kenny 36 2 34 2 Ploughman
John Darcey 40 1 44 3 3 Blacksmith
James Kearnes 46 2 3 2 Labourer
Widow Farrell 66 1
John Gorman 54 3 44 3 2 Labourer

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Muskeagh, 1839
Tithe Applotment Books: [Muskeagh 1824]
Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Edward Byrne   83 2 11
Edward Byrne 71 82 11 68 2 4 2 Farmer
Edward Doyle 50 1 2 1 sister Labourer
Edward Byrne   87 1 5 1/2
Lawrence Dunn 60 14 2 2 2 Farmer
Denis Dorcey 51 9 2 46 3 1 Farmer
James Loonaham 75 4 3 3*, 1 son in law 1, 4* *gr children Weaver
John Deegon* 40 1 38 2 1 Labourer
*Tenant of Loonaham
Michael Stafford 47 8 42 2 5? 1 Tailor
James Garrett 70 1 58 2 Labourer
Chas & Joseph Byrne 95   22 1/2
Edward Byrne 45 23 3 40 4 4 Farmer
Mary Byrne 24 60 2 3 Farmer
Ann Byrne 24 80 2 1 1 Farmer
Mary Byrne, Jun. 70 5 2 1 Farmer
Thos Byrne & Jno Donnelly 33 3 26
Thomas Byrne 76 22 2 60 3 1 1 Farmer
Peter Donnelly 35 11 1 30 1 1 1 1 Farmer
Rich & John Giddins   34 1 20
Richard Giddins 78 17 1 82 2 gr sons 1 1 1
John Giddins 67 17 1 69 2, 1 son in law 2
John Haskins   1 1 36
Mary McDaniel 70 1
John Lawler 50 45 1 3

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Tubberpatrick (Toberpatrick), 1839
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
Wm Brownrigg   94 3
John Brownrigg 44 59 1 1 Farmer
Denis Donnelly 45 15 28 1 Farmer
Thomas Dorcey 53 3 48 4 4 Blacksmith
Mary Dixon 60 2 1
Mary Bryan 70 1 1
Garrett Byrne 65 2 62 2 2 Labourer
John Bryan 58 7 50 4 2 Jobber
George Smith 47 7 40 1 1 Skinner
Wm Thornton 27 30 1 Labourer
Charles Rogan 46 1 Labourer
Ed Fitzhenry 55 cabin only 55
James Byrne   11 3 37
John Byrne 57 11 3 59 1 Farmer
Pat Byrne 33 1 32 3
Sarah Graham 47 3
Honoria Duffy 57 1
Peter & Jno Donnelly 76 1 20
John Donnelly 103 40 3
Thomas Carroll 60 38 62
Thos Edwards & Geo Tillaroy 7 1 28
Michael Ward 60 2 2 1 1 1 Farmer
Daniel Ward 62 2 2 1 Farmer
John Donnelly 103 2 3 Farmer
Abraham Hobson   55 2 10
Abraham Hobson 52
Robert Gilbert 41 House 41 2 3 Shoemaker
Philip Jones 34 1 28 2 1 Blacksmith
Michael Dorcey 30 1 30 1 1 Labourer
Thos Travers 26 1 24 1 1, 1 mother age 70 2 1 Labourer
Judith Ormond (Wid) & House 50 1 3, mother age 69 Pauper
John, Mich & Wm Dorcey
Jas Morton now Dowse 84 1 15
Thos H Dowse 26 64 2 1 Farmer
Michael Merna 45 5 50 2 1 Farmer
Nicholas Toole & 36 2 Labourer
Patrick Toole 26 25 1 3 Labourer
John Hard & 48 5 Labourer
Patrick Hard 43 36 3 3 Labourer
Patrick Kavanagh 70 5 80 1 1 Labourer
James Morton** 66 4 64 1
John Boulger** 44 2 38 4 1 Carman
Dorothy Tomkin** 79 1 Pauper
Eliza Stokes** 58
**When Jas Morton sold the farm to Henry Dowse he reserved 4 acres on which heand three families use ? Him.
Edw Pearce & d of Abm Hobson 53 3 5
Abraham Hobson 37 1 43 5 1 Labourer
Widow Morton House 40 3 1
George Slater   8 1 6
John Slater 30 3 28 3 2 Tailor
George Slater 28 4 Farmer
Samuel Slater 27 1 30 1 2
John Summers   11 1 32
Bryan Summers 36 11 1 32 33 1 5 Farmer
Michael Ward   41 1 39
Michael Ward 60 23 1 1 1 Farmer
Daniel Ward 62 23 1 Farmer

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Tomcoyle at Tankensley, 1839

Tithe Applotment Books: [Tomcoyle 1823]

Occupier Age A R P Wife Age M Child F Child M Serv F Serv Occupation
Geo Coates Esq, Exors 710   14 Imp
Mrs. Coates, Wid
Thomas Byrne 45 2 43 2 3 Labourer
James Donnelly 35 2 2 37 1 2 Labourer
Lawrence Kelly 57 11 50 2 3 Farmer
Owen Lord 38 11 48 1 3 Farmer
Richard Davis 50 3 46 4 2 Herd
John Ward 40 16 35 1 2 1 Farmer
*This man has arranged with Mrs Coates to give up his farm in Apr 1839
John Murphy 63 2 2 55 2 1 Labourer
William Moulds 44 1 2 38 3 2 Labourer
James Byrne 55 11 47 5 3 Farmer
Thomas Doyle 61 15 55 6 3 Farmer
Denis Doyle 69 22 60 3 3 Farmer
Charles Mooney Labourer
*This man being in arrears of rent…
Thomas Ward 62 10 53 4 3 Farmer
George Reynolds 61 19 61 1 1 Farmer
John Kearnan 72 12 57 1 1 Farmer
Michael Kearnan 47 3 42 4 2 Labourer
Hugh McCann** 60 20 2 Farmer
Laurence McCann** 62 20 2 1 Farmer
**These two Mrs Coates intends getting their farms in March 1840 in her posession.
James Davis 58 12 56 3 3 Farmer
James Byrne 45 18 49 2 1 Farmer
Thomas Kelly 68 4 40 2 4 Farmer
James McCann 30 2 23 2 1 Labourer

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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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