SLIGO
TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOK

Ireland

Diocese of Elphin

Parish of Ballysummaghan

Barony of Tirerrill,

Co. Sligo

Tithe Applotment

28 Sept 1824

FHL film 256,574

Arthur B Cooper and William Weir

Carricknagat (3)

  1. Alexander Burrows
  2. Michael McLoughlin
  3. Peter Dugen
  4. Bryan Coan
  5. William Devany

Knocknagee (13)

  • Thomas Garavin
  • Hugh Brennan
  • Michael Brennan
  • Mark Coan
  • Widow Kelly
  • James Torseny
  • Thady Kelly
  • Patrick Rooney
  • High Laughlin
  • Patrick Banks
  • Martin Cawley
  • Michael Dyer
  • Edward Cawley
  • Peter Waters
  • Lisercloonagh (15)

  • Alexander Burrows
  • Widow Eagin
  • John Kilkenny
  • Thady Kelly
  • Michael Dyer
  • Patrick Bowles
  • Luke Brennan
  • Cloonella (5)

  • Patrick Kilmartin
  • James McGarry
  • James Gannon
  • Peter Laughlan
  • Martin Gannen
  • James McGarry
  • Patrick McGarry
  • John McGarry
  • Patrick McGarry
  • Patrick Banks
  • Thady Banks
  • Michael Tiernan
  • Lowland (?)

  • Charles Mulvey
  • Michael Lyons
  • Patrick Wiggins
  • Widow Laughry
  • James Kilmartin
  • Michelstown (?)

  • Thomas McGarry
  • Thomas McGanin
  • Patrick Mitchel
  • John Mitchel
  • Bloomfield (?)

  • Charles Phibbs, Esq.
  • James Gray
  • Cartronduff (?)

  • Widow Duffy
  • Owen Duffy
  • Lang & Healy
  • James Duffy
  • Rathrower (?)

  • Abraham Martin Esq
  • John Healy
  • James Healy
  • Patrick Healy
  • Rathrower East (?)

  • Thomas Quigley
  • Timothy Gray
  • Thomas Bowels
  • Farrel Kilmartin
  • Edward Slavin
  • Tullyglass (?)

  • John O’Connor
  • Thomas O’Connor
  • Trimmelawn (?)

  • James Devany
  • William Glancy
  • Dorreen (?)

  • John Healy
  • James Flynn
  • Francis Kelly
  • Owen Kelly
  • Culnascagh (?)

  • John Reynolds
  • Widow Reynolds
  • Mathew Connor
  • Michael Boyle
  • Michael Flynn
  • Patrick Kelly
  • Thomas Healy
  • Terrence Devins
  • Cartron McHugh (?)

  • John McHugh
  • John McHugh Jr.
  • John Gray
  • Michael Clarke
  • Falnaschammer (8)

  • Francis O’Doud
  • Lurgan (16)

  • William B Neynoe, Esq.
  • Mathew Tonry
  • Patrick Tonry
  • James Tonry
  • John Tonry
  • Patrick Carty
  • Patrick Hennigan
  • Martin McNulty
  • John Egan
  • Patrick Duffy
  • Ballysummaghan (2)

  • William B Neynoe Esq.
  • Francis Kerigan
  • Andrew Mulvanny
  • Widow Johnston
  • Laurence Rowlatt
  • John McGanahan
  • William Johnston
  • Thomas Loughy
  • Michael Mulvanny
  • Thomas Devins
  • Patrick Lang
  • James Dyer
  • Owen Foley
  • Patrick Eagan
  • Thomas Banks
  • James Byrne
  • Thomas Conlon
  • William B Neynoe Esq.
  • Drumine (7)

  • William B Neynoe, Esq
  • Dominick Clerkin
  • John Bree
  • Patrick Kelly
  • Widow O’Brien
  • James Mullany
  • William Brady
  • Bryan Kerigan
  • Widow Clerkin
  • Patrick Clerkin
  • Patrick Mulvany
  • James Carbery
  • James Leonard
  • Thomas Duffy
  • Micahel Mulvany
  • Patrick Gray
  • John Grey
  • Michael Boyle
  • Patrick Grady
  • Thady Clerkin
  • Dominick Dunn
  • Calthycloughan (12)

  • John Carty
  • James Tonry
  • Patrick Mullany
  • Thady Clerkin
  • Andrew Knott
  • Owen Kilmartin
  • Terence Kelly
  • Ardleybeg (1)

  • William B Neynoe
  • Rev. Patrick Duffy
  • Bryan Tiernan
  • Robert Tiernan
  • Robert Tiernan Jr.
  • Bartholomew Laughlin
  • James Burk
  • John Mulloney
  • Mathew Brennan
  • Cormack Brennan
  • James Foster
  • Thomas Jackson
  • Shraidanagh (17)

  • Martin Meighan
  • Luke Tarseny
  • John Crofton
  • James Hergidan
  • Michael Meighan
  • John Meighan
  • James Meighan
  • Peter Meighan
  • Widow Meighan
  • Gaddenbeg (10)

  • Daniel Goulrick
  • Michael Goulrick
  • Owen Mangen
  • Martin Goulrick
  • Alexander Irwin
  • Ralph Lee
  • Doonalley (6)

  • Robert Weir, Esq.
  • James Githins
  • Owen Githins
  • Patrick Kelly
  • Denis Monaghan
  • Widow Mangan
  • Patrick Lunhey
  • James Kilduff
  • Michael Foley
  • Denis Monaghan
  • Patrick Lunhey Jr.
  • Killalla (11)

  • John Bowls
  • Michael Harrison
  • Thomas Fahiney
  • Michael Doyle
  • Thady Greghan
  • Daniel Greghan
  • Daniel Goulrick
  • John Goulrick
  • Patrick Goulrick
  • Michael Goulrick
  • James Mulrooney
  • Thomas Goulrick
  • Gadden (9)

  • Michael Brennan
  • Denis Gouravane
  • Daniel Creegan
  • Thomas Goulrick
  • James Mulrony
  • James Read
  • Peter Henigan
  • Robert Raymond
  • John Connor
  • Thady Mangen
  • Patrick Mulvany
  • John Rorke
  • Robert Read
  • Carrowcrin(4)

  • Alexander Burrows
  • Alexander Burrows
  • Elliott Burrows
  • PARISH OF BALLYSUMAGHAN.(Wood-Martin Ordnance Survey)

    1. Ardleebeg, . Ardleybeg

    hill of the calves (little).

  • Ballysumaghan, Ballysummaghan
  • O'Sumaghan's town.

  • Carricknagat, Carricknagat
  • rock of the cats.

  • Carrowcrin, Carrowcrin
  • round quarter.

  • Cloneally, Cloonella
  • lawn of the hospitality.

  • Doonally, Doonalley
  • fort of the cliff or precipice.

  • Drumee, Drumine
  • Hugh's ridge or long hill.

  • Falnashammer, Falnaschammer
  • hedge of the shamrocks.

  • Gaddan, Gadden
  • a small spot of land.

  • Gaddan,. beg, Gaddenbeg
  • a small spot of land.

  • Killalla, Killalla
  • Eala's church.

  • Kiltycloghan, Calthycloughan
  • woods of the stony fords.

  • Knocknageeha, Knocknagee
  • windy hill.

  • Lavally,
  • half town.

  • Lissergloon, Lisercloonagh
  • fort on the lawn or meadow.

  • Lurgan, Lurgan
  • a shin, or long hill.

  • Srananagh, Shraidanagh
  • holm of the horses.

    Notes. 1. The first names have been spelled out, but ordinarily were abbreviated: Patt. for Patrick, etc.

    2. Some townland names do not appear in the Ordnance Survey; these have a (?) in the first column. On the other hand, some names in the Ordnance survey do not appear in the Tithe Applotment. We have appended the list of townlands, and their meaning based on the Irish name, from Wood-Martin Vol. 3, and, in italics, the name as it appears in the Tithe Applotment.

    3. The Tithe Applotment names were probably supplied by the land owner from his records. The names are hand-written, and thus subject to many potential errors in transcription, especially my inability to read 1824 Irish hand-writing from a journal.

    4. The numbers with each name appear to be in pencil, and probably applied by the Irish Land Commission. The Applotment book also contains the area and value of each holding, and these are available on the film.

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    Contributor: Bill McGee
    wfmcgee@sympatico.ca