Tithe Applotments

 Muckno Civil Parish 1827


Castleblayney Town Tullynahattina

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Research Notes:  The Tithe Applotments entries were transcribed for this parish by Pat Connors from the Family History Film #0256670.  This is an index of the applotments. Only the occupiers, occupier numbers, page numbers 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.
Special Offer:  Due to the handwriting of this enumerator, mistakes have probably been made. For instance, he did not cross his T's so they looked like L's.  His abbreviations for first names were a bit odd at times.   Since I have images of each page in this tithe, if you send me the page and occupier number, I will be happy to send you the image.  Email me here. If you put the two numbers in the subject of the email, you don't need to write a message.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:  It has been brought to my attention that my original transcription had an error.  Some of the names attributed to living in Drumleek should be in Drumalisk (Drumaliss).  So, I have added another page just for the Drumalisk (Drumaliss) tenants.  NOTE:  Drumalisk is the way the townland was spelled in the tithes, in the 1851 Townland Index, it is spelled 'Drumaliss'.


Adain to Grier

Hackett to McGurney

McKee to Wright


Drumalisk Tenants
(listed above in Drumleek by error)






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