Tithe Applotments

 Clontibret Civil Parish 1831


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Research Notes:  The Tithe Applotments entries were transcribed for this parish by Pat Connors from film images from the Family History Film #1279323. They were donated to the ConnorsGenealogy website by Dave Sherry. This is an index of the applotments. Only the occupiers and their townlands are included.  There is more info on the film having to do with the land and what is produced on the land, however, the complete entry was not transcribed.  Plus, the area and net annual value of the occupied property was not included.  Since the applotments are in old time handwriting and filmed from the original books, at times they are very difficult to read and caution should be taken.  One should go to the film if you want to use this data base as a source for your documentation.
1.  J/S indications after the surname are probably Junior/Senior.
2.  Some of the film was very dark, especially the townlands at the end of the alphabet.  Therefore, mistakes were probably made.
3.  Fs and Bs were very similar and may have been misinterpreted.
4.  Mechan/Meehan looked alike.
5.  Small letters, r/e/s, looked alike, especially when the pen had a lot of ink and names may have been transcribed incorrectly.
6.  The enumerator, when he crossed his Ts, carried the cross through many letters so some Ls may have been interpreted as Ts, Ts looked like Fs, etc.
7.  Many of the nicknames were very hard to read.

Adams to Conolly

Coogan to Henderson

Henery to McCaghey

McCall to McNeney

McNulty to Woods



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