Tithe Applotments

East Grange Civil Parish 1833


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Research Notes:  The East Grange CP Tithe Applotments were transcribed from the LDS film #0256615 by Pat Connors.  The film was in fairly good condition but the handwriting was very old and a bit rushed looking.  All recorded names are as spelled in the record.  All together it was, at times, extremely hard to read correctly, therefore, all entries should be checked if you are trying to find connections to your family.  This resource is an index, since there is more information for each entry in the source document.  The Townlands and/or areas were also hard to read, and used old times spellings, so may not look familiar.
NOTE:These tithes were separate from the Grange Civil Parish and East Grange was called a parish in the tithes, so it is listed separately from the Grange Civil Parish.

Surname First Townland
Ahern Patrick New Farm
Carey John Lower Grange
Carthy Bridget New Farm
Connor Charles Lower Grange
Crotten John Grange Hill
Cureale John Lower Grange
Cureale Patrick Lower Grange
Dickerson? Stephen Old Grange
Donnelly William New Farm
Donnelly William New Farm
Doran Samuel New Farm
Dorney Maureen Lower Grange
Dunn Margaret Lower Grange
Dunworth Bridget Lower Grange
Fitzgerald Edmond New Farm
Fitzgerald Patrick New Farm
Fitzgerald James Upper Grange
Galligan William Lower Grange
Galligan John Lower Grange
Gavin John Upper Grange
Hannan William Lower Grange
Hannan John Lower Grange
Hannan Ellen Lower Grange
Hauligan James Upper Grange
Hayes Denis New Farm
Hynes Michael New Farm
Kenndy John Upper Grange
Kirby Alley Lower Grange
Lynan John New Farm
Meeks George Knockfinnele
O'Grady Henry/Harvey? Old Grange
Rahilly Tim Lower Grange
Wheaton Gabriah? New Farm
Wilmot John New Farm


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