SLIGO
TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOK

Ireland

Diocese of Elphin

County Sligo

Barony of Tirerrill

Parish of Kilmacallan

LDS Film 256,574

1 June 1824

Arthur B Cooper and William Weir

KILMACALLON TITHE APPLOTMENT 1824

Cartrontonelina (17)

  1. Peter Killelay
  2. John Leydon
  3. Widow Flynn
  4. Christopher Dawson
  5. James Mulligan
  6. Patrick Mulligan Jr
  7. Patrick Mulligan
  8. Bartholomew Mulligan
  9. Lackey Breheny
  10. Thady Daud
  11. Thady Cunnaane

Culvanagh and Culoughteragh (?)

  • Martin Cummingham
  • William C Keogh
  • Michael Higgins
  • Patrick Neenan
  • Neal McHugh
  • Michael Rorke
  • Farrel McConnel
  • Patrick Sweeny
  • Patrick McHugh
  • Mark Cryan
  • William C Keogh
  • James Cryan
  • Bartholomew Dyer
  • Thonelina (?)

  • John Hargadon
  • Thomas Hargadon
  • Peter Hargadon
  • Owen Hargadon
  • Patrick Flynn
  • Owen Breheny
  • Thomas Coggins
  • Farrel Miller
  • William Weir Esq
  • John Breheny
  • James Conlon
  • Patrick Meehan
  • Bartholonew Mulligan
  • Cormick Higgins
  • Martin Killelay
  • Bryan Conlon
  • Annaghearly (3)

  • Micahel Conlon
  • Thomas Conlon
  • Michael Corkeran
  • Patrick Conlon
  • John McKone
  • Michael White Conlon
  • Michael McGuiness
  • Michael McKone
  • Aughoo and Rathmulpatrick (1 and 39)

  • Patrick McDonagh
  • Owen Waters
  • Patrick Conlon
  • Denis Mulligan
  • William Clifford
  • Widow Clifford
  • Daniel Rorke
  • Bryan Breheny
  • Patrick Mckone
  • Owen Breheny
  • Charles Conlon
  • Dominick Tighe
  • Hugh Gallagher
  • Mary Berne
  • Drummuckachurl (?)

  • Michael Bruen
  • Hugh McDonagh
  • Terence Goulrick
  • Andrew Connelly
  • Thady Mulligan
  • William Clifford
  • Thady Mulligan
  • Michael McMurrow
  • Owen Lavin
  • Michael Rorke
  • John McGuire
  • Patrick Killconnell
  • Thomas Goulrick
  • Patrick Goulrick
  • Drumlaheen and Drums (?)

  • Patrick Mulligan
  • Miles Kilmartin
  • Francis Foley
  • Stephen Kilrain
  • John Conlon
  • James McCormick
  • James Killelay
  • Patrick McCormicl
  • Laurence Noon
  • Peter McManus
  • Widow Lang
  • Patrick Burns
  • Pater Lavin
  • Denis McGuire
  • John Breheny
  • John McGuire
  • Thomas Tighe
  • Michael Boland
  • Henry Burrows Esq
  • Lisacoon (38)

  • Patrick McDonagh
  • Michael Hart
  • James Hart
  • Widow Wynn
  • Miss McDonagh
  • Drumdoney (25) and Cultylough (?)

  • John McDonagh
  • Dominick Conlon
  • Owen Noon
  • Michael Lavin
  • Patrick Lavin
  • Thomas Gaffeny
  • John Doyle
  • Darby Mullany
  • Dominick Berne
  • James Mullaney
  • Martin Conlon
  • John Breheny
  • Doongelagh (22)

  • Robert King Duke, Esq
  • Peter Conlon
  • Ardagh McDermott (?)

  • Mulloy McDermott Esq
  • Castlebaldwin (9)

  • Robert Weir, Esq
  • Timothy Tyrnon
  • Michael Kenedy
  • Drumshenagh (29)

  • John Coan
  • Edward Dyer
  • John Galven
  • Patrick Berne
  • Michael Foley
  • Hugh Healy
  • John McDonagh
  • Patrick Gaffeny
  • Michael McMaster
  • Heapstown (32)

  • John Carty
  • Edward Brennan
  • Patrick Donagher
  • James Lyons
  • Michael Wynne
  • Curalisheen (21)

  • Bryan Cogan, Esq.
  • Cartronroe (16)

  • Martin Carty
  • Mr. Robert Davy
  • Grayfort (?)

  • William Gardner
  • Michael Foley
  • Daniel Guiness
  • Andrew Flynn
  • Ballymoneen and Annaghan (?)

  • William Weir, Esq.
  • Michael Morrison
  • Michael Mullany
  • Thomas McCabe
  • Patrick Walsh
  • John Walles
  • Patrick McDonagh
  • Patrick McCabe
  • Ballyrush (11)

  • William Gardner
  • James McCormick
  • Michael Mullany
  • Thomas O’Gara
  • Bryan McDermott
  • Patrick Boles
  • John Higgins
  • Michael McGowan
  • Thomas Cawley
  • Bartholomew Cawley
  • Widow Goulrick
  • Mark Conlon
  • Rodger McGowan
  • Thomas Dogaby
  • Andrew Flynn
  • Patrick Lyons
  • Patrick McDonagh
  • Michael Conlon
  • Culmore (?) and Brickheen (12)

  • Patrick Kenedy
  • John Keveny
  • William Simpson
  • Luke Gray
  • Michael Breheny Sr
  • Michael Breheny Jr
  • Maurice Breheny
  • Patrick McCabe
  • James McCabe
  • Mathew McDonagh
  • John Kildea
  • John Gannon
  • Drumderry (24)

  • John Lynch
  • Patrick Morrison
  • John Morrison
  • Bartholomew Morrison
  • Hugh Kenany
  • Michael Kevany
  • Widow Kevany
  • Thomas McGuinnes
  • Patrick McGuiness
  • Patrick Murry
  • Edward Morrison
  • Edward Kelly
  • Cleivery (18)

  • John Truman
  • Michael Tohuny
  • John Lang
  • Widow Taylor
  • Rodger McHugh
  • John Reynolds
  • Patrick Reynolds
  • Thomas Munn
  • Patrick Rygan
  • Bryan Reynolds
  • Peter Tohiny
  • Patrick Clarke
  • Michael McCabe
  • John Taylor
  • Thomas Owens
  • Philip Taylor
  • Thomas Taylor
  • Doonsheheen (23)

  • Widow Queenan
  • Peter Tavinan
  • Edward Brennan
  • Widow Savage
  • Widow Finn
  • Thomas Devany
  • James Rocke
  • Maurice Breheny
  • Lancelot Weir, Esq.
  • Patrick Tievenan
  • Lisnahoula (?), Lisnageat (?) and Knocknaceestra (?)

  • John McGowan
  • Mathew Mullany
  • Darby Connor
  • Cormack O’Hara
  • Michael Heraghy
  • John Heraghy
  • Bryan Flynn
  • Patrick Merick
  • Miss O’Brien
  • Widow Tighe
  • Laurence Comasky
  • Thomas Ford
  • John Comasky
  • John Higgins
  • Robert King
  • Annagh (?)

  • Mathew McDermott
  • John Lynos
  • Andrew Flynn
  • Edward Brennan
  • James Hartt
  • Tidouge (?)

  • Patricj Higgins
  • Michael Higgins
  • James Carty
  • James Sweeny
  • Drumrain (28)

  • Michael Rorke
  • Thomas Wynn
  • James Nangle
  • Owen Nangle
  • James Cryan
  • Patrick Cryan
  • John Flanigan
  • John Mullany
  • John Cryan
  • James McGarry
  • Widow Lavin
  • James Flanigan
  • Patrick McDermott
  • Miles McDermott
  • Patrick Flanigan
  • Patrick Doud
  • Bernard McDermott
  • Thomas Dockery
  • James Flynn
  • Mrs Plunkett
  • Ardaghobrien (?)

  • John Sweeny
  • Michael Higgins
  • Mrs Lloyd
  • Mrs Lloyd
  • Thomas Carty
  • Patrick Bawn Higgins
  • William Weir, Esq
  • James Conlon
  • Partick Coffery
  • Carrowreagh (15)

  • Andrew Flynn
  • John Queenan
  • Patrick Flynn Sr.
  • James Dyer
  • Edward Cawley
  • Patrick Henry
  • James Comasky
  • Michael Ford
  • Patrick Doyle
  • John Tievenan
  • James Scanlon
  • Mrs Lloyd
  • Widow Benson
  • Patrick McDonagh
  • Patrick Flynn Jr.
  • Widow Dyer
  • Ornah (?)

  • Patrick Lang
  • James Conlon
  • Michael Kenny
  • Patrick Kenny
  • John Kelly
  • Brian Higgins
  • Doctor Tighe
  • Michael Lang
  • James Greyhan
  • Ballinascanagh (?)

  • Richey Charleton
  • Roger Conlon
  • Patrick McCormick
  • Patrick Higgins
  • John Lougheed
  • Arthur Fare
  • Tubbernaglass (42)

  • Patrick Higgins
  • John Breheny
  • Patrick Kerins
  • Thady McGowan
  • Daniel Breheny
  • Thomas Toby
  • [The Glebe]
  • Cartron (?)

  • John Patterson
  • Paul Benson
  • John Goulrick
  • Francis Doud
  • Emlagh (30)

  • Peter Comasky
  • Mark Tighe
  • Bartholomew Brady
  • Kelly Tighe
  • Ardkerin (6) and Urtare (?)

  • William Laugheed
  • Widow Laugheed
  • Patrick Higgins
  • Patrick (Bawn) Higgins
  • Martin Cran
  • John Higgins
  • Patrick Barthly
  • James Clerkan
  • Patrick (Black) Higgins
  • Bryan Cogan
  • Philip McGlaughlin
  • Hugh Connor
  • Charles McGarry
  • Gravouge (?)

  • Andrew Doud
  • Darby Kelly
  • Edward Goulrick
  • Bernard Kelly
  • Patrick Dyer
  • Michael Breheny
  • John Doud
  • Sidulie Sheals
  • James Nangle
  • Widow Rorke
  • Rossnangle (?)

  • Michael Nangle
  • William Kelly
  • Mathew Breheny
  • William Fitzpatrick
    1. John Doud
    2. Owen Gillen
    3. John Lang
    4. Patrick O’Hara

    Knockrow (36)

  • Farrel Colles, Esq.
  • Owen Nellarsy
  • Tansyfort and Cloneen (Cooperhill (20))

  • Arthur B Cooper, Esq.
  • Rossmore (40)

  • James Cannaway, Sr
  • James Cannaway, Jr
  • Charles McHugh
  • Patrick Diegnan
  • Martin Kelly
  • Patrick McHugh
  • Patrick Healy
  • Bryan Dyer
  • Michael Dyer
  • Michael McGowan
  • Patrick Hever
  • Michael Coan
  • John Patterson
  • Hugh Tinan
  • Thomas Morrison
  • James Gray
  • James Davy
  • Denis Coan
  • John Doud
  • Michael Nangle
  • Mark Tighe
  • Edward Kelly
  • Carrownsprawn (14)

  • Richard McKee
  • Michael Kennitt
  • Thomas McKee
  • Patrick Healy
  • William Middleton
  • John Lawson
  • John Owens
  • James Lang
  • Thomas Lawson
  • Thomas Irwin
  • Burrows Irwin
  • Francis Irwin
  • Henry Irwin
  • James Carabry
  • William Lawson
  • John McDonagh
  • Patrick Tinan
  • Patrick Connell
  • Lisbanagher (37)

  • Patrick Devany
  • Peter Walsh
  • Cormack Conlon or Coughran
  • John Coughran
  • Roger Coughran
  • Thomas Scott
  • Patrick Guinnan
  • Philip Tiernan
  • Darby Morrison
  • Knockanarrow (34)

  • Michael Brennan
  • Richard Morrison
  • Hugh Finegan
  • John Cawly
  • [missing]
  • John Brennan
  • Luke Cawly
  • Mathew Cawly
  • Patrick Lang
  • Martin Tiernan
  • Thomas Kivelaghan
  • Denis Benson
  • Thady Queenan
  • Thomas Finegan
  • Hugh Tiernan
  • Michael Brennan
  • John Cunriane
  • Owen Cunriane
  • James Brennan
  • Thomas Gray
  • Snipehill (?)

  • Laurence Regan
  • Davey Smyth
  • Richard Smyth
  • Roger Smyth
  • Bryan Torseny
  • John Torseny
  • Owen Tinan
  • John Scanlon
  • Thomas Moor
  • Michael Healy
  • Martin McGarry
  • Andrew May
  • Cloughfin (19)

  • [missing]
  • Owen Cawley
  • Patrick Killduff
  • Patrick Roe Cawley
  • Patrick Kerins
  • Martin Breheny
  • John Durkin
  • Patrick Flynn
  • John O’Brien
  • James Lang
  • John Conlon
  • James Tighe
  • Patrick Berne
  • John Connor
  • Patrick Mullany
  • Dominick Quinan
  • John Coan
  • Edward Sing Cooper, Esq.
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    PARISH OF KILMACALLAN.

    The townlands of Ordnance Survey in Wood-Martin appendix (1888) and, in italics, those found in the Tithe Applotment.

    1. Aghoo, Aughoo and Rathmulpatrick

    a field.

  • Armagh,
  • a marsh.

  • Annaghcarthy, Annaghearly
  • marshes of the rock.

  • Annaghcor, .
  • marsh of the cranes.

  • Ardagh,
  • high fields.

  • Ardkeeran, . Ardkerin and Urtare
  • hill of the rowan trees.

  • Ardneaskan,
  • bill of the snipes.

  • Ardvarney, .
  • high gap.

  • Bellanagarrigeeney, or Castle Baldwin, Castlebaldwin
  • mouth of the ford of the small rocks.

  • Bellanascarva,
  • mouth of the shallow ford.

  • Bellarush, Ballyrush
  • mouth of the ford of the point.

  • Brickeen, Culmore and Brickheen
  • a small badger-perhaps bally was originally prefixed.

  • Carrownagilty,
  • quarter of the woods.

  • Carrownspurraun, . Carrownsprawn
  • quarter of the purse.

  • Carrowreagh, Carrowreagh
  • grey quarter.

  • Cartronroe, . Cartronroe
  • red quarter.

  • Cartrontonlena, Cartontonelina
  • quarter of the bottom meadow.

  • Cleavry, Cleivery
  • baskets.

  • Cloghfin, Cloughfin
  • white stone.

  • Cooperhill, . Tansyfort and Cloneen (Cooperhill)
  • -

  • Corlisheen, . Curalisheen
  • round hill of the little fort.

  • Doongelagh, . Doongelagh
  • the Gaelic or Irish dun or fort.

  • Doonsheheen, Doonsheheen
  • Sehin's dun or fort.

  • Drumderry, Drumderry
  • ridge of the derry, or oak-wood.

  • Drumdoney, . Drumdoney and Cultylough
  • Sunday ridge.

  • Drummacool,
  • Mac Cull's ridge.

  • Drumnasoohy,
  • sorrel ridge-of the strawberries.

  • Drumraine, . Drumrain
  • ridge of the ferns.

  • Drumshinnagh, Drumshenagh
  • ridge of the foxes.

  • Emlagh, Emlagh
  • a marsh, a holm.

  • Fidwog, .
  • soft wood.or a pipe or rill. or is wood.

  • Heapstown, . Heapstown
  • town of the heap.

  • Kiltylough, .
  • woods of the lakes.

  • Knockanarrow, Knockanarrow
  • hill of the ploughman.

  • Knocknacross,
  • hill of the cross.

  • Knockroe, Knockrow
  • red bill.

  • Lisbanagher, Lisbanagher
  • fort of the pointed hills or rocks.

  • Lissycoyne, . Lisacoon
  • O'Coan's fort.

  • Rathmulpatrick, . Aughoo and Rathmulpatrick
  • Mulpatrick's fort.

  • Rosmore, Rossmore
  • great point.

  • Sheerevagh, .
  • grey hill.

  • Tobernaglashy, Tubbernaglass
  • well of the streamlet.

    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


    Disclaimer:there may be errors due to transcription ofinformation from both early and late (current contributors) work.