SLIGO
TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOK

Ireland

Diocese of Elphin

Parish of Tawnagh

Barony of Tirerrill

Co. Sligo

LDS film 256,574

June 1824

Arthur B Cooper and William Weir

TAUNAGH TITHE APPLOTMENT 1824

Cloongad (7)

  1. Farrel Cogan
  2. Charles Mcguire

Whitehill (16)

  • Dominick Flynn
  • Patrick Walsh
  • John Merrick
  • Peter Mitchel
  • John Sweeny
  • Michael Lavin
  • Widow Sklron
  • John Daud
  • Richard Tiernan
  • Mark Merrick
  • Patrick Merrick
  • Martin Roddy
  • Michael Hanrey
  • Patrick Mitchell
  • Mathew O’Doud
  • Knockadoo (11)

  • Cormack Kelly
  • Michael McDermott
  • Owen McDermott
  • Parkrow with Taunagh (15), Cultrasney, Knockaloss

  • Luke McDonagh
  • Francis Devany
  • Patrick Devany
  • James Lang
  • John Kenny
  • Lancelot Lother, Esq.
  • William Davey
  • Morgan McDonagh
  • Michael Cawley
  • Michael McDonagh
  • Widow McGowan
  • John Berane
  • James McGowan
  • James Lavin
  • Patrick McManus
  • Roger McDonagh
  • Charles Finn
  • Owen Conlon
  • Darby Brady
  • Michael McGarry
  • Michael Kerin
  • John Brady
  • Patrick Flynn
  • John Morrison
  • Mr. Hester
  • Charles Kerin
  • James Lavin
  • Dominick Lavin
  • Cloonaveenagher (8)

    1. Thomas Doud
    2. Patrick McCabe
    3. Patrick Queenan
    4. Dominick Lang
    5. Patrick Condon
    6. Dominick Breheny
    7. William Weir, Esq.

    Carrowkeel (5)

  • Patrick Brett, Esq.
  • Laurence Dunn
  • Thomas Bradshaw
  • James O’Gara
  • Widow King
  • Widow Walsh
  • Owen Healy
  • William Martin
  • Dudley O’Gara
  • Emlaghmore (9)

  • John Ghurry, Jr
  • John Foley
  • Robert Davy
  • Michael Fohiny
  • John Ghurry, Sr
  • Ougham (13)

  • Michael Morrison
  • Michael Breheny
  • Patrick Breheny
  • Michael Healy
  • Patrick Connell
  • Michael Brennan
  • Michael Lavin
  • Widow Fahiny
  • Patrick Cryan
  • Peter Higgins
  • Patrick Kerin
  • Edward Ghurry
  • Thady Milmoe
  • Michael Ghurry
  • Michael McDermott
  • John Martin
  • Amby Ghurry
  • Charles Kevin
  • John Gethin
  • Thomas Gannen
  • John Kerin
  • Farrel Gannan
  • Springfield (14)

  • Robert K Duke, Esq.
  • Greagh (?)

  • William Condon
  • Michael Dyer
  • Peter Faheny
  • Dominick Wynn
  • Bartholomew Carsavane
  • John Wynn
  • Thomas Ghurry
  • Cambs (4)

  • John Donoghue
  • Martin Donoghue
  • Richard Morrison
  • Martin Morrison
  • Carabrey McDonagh
  • John Hegarty
  • Bartholomew Queenan
  • Owen Hever
  • John Donoghue
  • Thady Lang
  • Ardley (2)

  • John Taylor
  • John Lynch
  • Patrick Mullany
  • John Higgins
  • Drumconnell (?)

    1. James Dyer
    2. Edward Walsh
    3. John Hartt
    4. Michael Sharkett
    5. Thomas Walsh
    6. Henry Kulkeen
    7. Michael Kulkeen
    8. Andrew Keany
    9. Bartholomew Keany
    10. Patrick Mericke
    11. Thomas Keany

    Carrownakark (6)

  • Patrick Tierny
  • Dudley O’Gara
  • Cormack Kenny
  • Owen Reynolds
  • Michael McDermott
  • Darby Brady
  • Emlaghgreda (?)

  • Michael Gethins
  • John Cawley
  • Patrick Cawley
  • Dominick Cawley
  • Patrick Doud
  • Thomas Gethins
  • Ballinaphul (?)

  • Michael Berane
  • Michael Hever
  • William Lavin
  • Patrick Mulherin
  • Kingsbrook (10)

  • William White
  • Patrick Berrane
  • Patrick White
  • James Dockery
  • Andrew Gilgan
  • Widow Gilgan
  • Widow Milmoe
  • Michael Tiernan
  • Minhilarow (?)

  • George Keeler
  • Robert Keeler
  • James Ingram, Sr
  • James Ingram, Jr
  • Widow Sleator
  • Peter Sleator
  • Arthur Cooper, Esq.
  • Beehey (3)

  • Henry McDonnell
  • Patrick Quigan
  • William Barber
  • Edward Rowlett
  • John Rowlett
  • Terence Connor
  • James Clifford
  • John Carravane
  • Thomas Sleator
  • Peter Sleator
  • Widow Sleator
  • Island (?)

  • Martin Ghurry
  • Patrick Gethins
  • PARISH OF TAWNAGH.

    1. Aghalenane,

    field of the leman or concubine.

  • Ardloy, Ardley
  • hill of the loy or spade.

  • Behy, . Beehey
  • birch, birchland.

  • Cams, Cambs
  • windings.

  • Carrowkeel, Carrowkeel
  • narrow quarter.

  • Carrownagark, Carrownakark
  • quarter of the hens (grouse).

  • Cloongad, Cloongad
  • lawn of the gads or wither.

  • Cloonymeenaghan, Cloonaveenagher
  • O'Minaghan's lawn or meadow.

  • Emlagh, Emlaghmore
  • a holm, strath, or marsh.

  • Kingsbrook, Kingsbrook
  •  
  • Knockadoo, Knockadoo
  • bill of the mound or tumulus.

  • Murillyroe, .
  • red sleeve.

  • Ogham, Ougham
  • crooked yew.

  • Springfield, Springfield
  •  
  • Tawnagh, Parkrow with Taunagh, Cultrasney, Knockaloss
  • a mountain field.

  • Whitehill, Whitehill
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    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.