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List of  Tipperary townlands - place names with information of people, records dates  for parishes ......


Hearth Rolls

"1664 Hearth Money Rolls for the Baronies of Ida and Offa,
 Co. Tipperary," 

by Cyril J. Byrne, was taken from Volume 10, 
Summer 1997 issue of An Nasc, newsletter of the D'Arcy McGee Chair of Irish Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

(Transcribed by Don Mockler and thanks to him for permission to post them on this site)

Clanwilliam 1665-66

Clanwilliam 1666-67

Modern Place names  Names from Hearth rolls and Penders census will also include RC parishes

        Notice different spellings and  names used  (Clanwilliam only)
only A done

People's Names from Hearth rolls and Penders census

        Notice different spellings for names (Clanwilliam only)

 

Names from Hearth rolls (Clanwilliam) , Penders census (Clanwilliam), Flax Growers, Religious census (not complete), 1660 polls,

Religious census 1766    sorted by last name

thanks to Janet Crawford and Mary Heaphy for allowing me to use their information


Civil Survey 1654

This information will also be found under place information
Listed by Names
for Barony of Lower Ormond and assigned commissioners from the other Baronies territories
Information includes parish list
For a short explanation of the Civil Survey see
http://scripts.ireland.com/ancestor/browse/records/census/seven.htm

(Transcribed by Sheryl Zenzerovich, thanks for her permission to post them on this site)

Clanwilliam

 


1783 maps of Tipperary
Maps of Tipperary 1783

"Taylor and Skinner's Maps of the Roads of Ireland surveyed in 1777 and Corrected down to 1783 (Second edition 1783). 
Index to Names only A and B is done
A-B

(Thanks to "Squire Bob" Robert Going)


Tithe Applotment Records 1828
extracted from FHL film #0256694, "Tithe Applotment Books, Tipperaghany-Toombe"

"The Tithe Applotment books were compiled between 1823 and 1837 in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings should pay in tithes to the Church of Ireland (the main Protestant church, and the church established by the state until 1871).

"The first column of numbers indicates the size of the occupier's holding; the second column is the amount of the tithe assessed. Land areas in Tithe Applotment Books are in units of A. R. P. or Acres, Rods and Perches. The arithmetic means 40 perches to a rod and 4 rods to an acre. Similarly land values are in pounds, shillings and pence; 12 pence to a shilling, 20 shillings to a pound.

A word about place names is in order. Some in the Tithe Applotment Books were slightly changed in the 1851 Townland list, but are recognizable. Some others are a total mystery

(Transcribed by Elizabeth Davenport, thanks for her permission to post them on this site)


1831 Tithes Defaulters in Templeachally Parish in Combination with Kilmastulla Parish

Almost everyone involved in agriculture in Ireland was required to give 10 percent of their production to the local Church of Ireland minister, no matter what church they actually belonged to. The logistics of giving 1 calf and 100 bushels of wheat were pretty cumbersome, so in the early 1820's it was decided you could pay a monetary tithe and then in the late 1820's, it was mandated that you paid cash rather than produce. The land was valued and a tithe was assessed against the occupier, giving us the Tithe Applotment.
This was really unpopular and so a movement started to refuse to pay the tithe, i.e. default. TIpperary seems to have been a hot bed of dissent over this. The local vicar could try to enforce the tithe and seize cattle and crops, but these efforts were often met with violent resistance. Since this was how the vicar supported his family, many of them were in financial distress. Since the Church of Ireland was the Established Church, i.e. government supported, the clergy could petition Dublin for financial support.
They had to give a list of who in their parish wasn't paying - the lists for about 4 counties were discovered 10 years or so ago in the National Archives in Dublin under the title OPM - Other Papers Miscellaneous. There were over 9,000 names for County Tipperary. It gives you something to fill in the gap between the Title Applotment and the Valuations of the 1840's.
By the late 1830's, the government and Church of Ireland gave up on assessing the occupiers directly. The Tithe was assessed against the owner of the property, who probably raised the rent proportionately. The Tithe was eliminated when the Church was disestablished in the late 1860's. ( explanation by Theresa Liewer)

(Transcribed by Miriam Ward, thanks for her permission to post them on this site)


"The Book of county Tipperary",  published in 1889

Residents and farmers names Tipperary Town area. (combined alphabetical list) town information is included in list of place information
Aherlow, Annacarty, Bansha, Cappawhite, Clonbrick, Cullen, Donohill, Emly, Galbally, Glenbane, Hollyford, Kilcommon, Kilross, Lattin, Limerick Junction, Milestone, Monard, Rathkea, Rearcross Shronell and town of Tipperary

Business Branches, Public Bodies, Professions, Etc. and Residents and farmers names for the Tipperary Town area.  (under construction and will be included in place name information A is finished)
Aherlow, Annacarty, Bansha, Cappawhite, Clonbrick, Cullen, Donohill, Emly, Galbally, Glenbane, Hollyford, Kilcommon, Kilross, Lattin, Limerick Junction, Milestone, Monard, Rathkea, Rearcross Shronell and town of Tipperary

Tipperary Parishes and Record Dates

See also under updated place name lists will be included there


Information for place names in Tipperary

Index to place information includes  information on townlands parishes records start, PLU +++ 
"The Book of county Tipperary",  published in 1889.. (directory with names of people living in and around the town of Tipperary) and Civil Survey 1654 more to come
(thanks to James Gardner for typing these  records and letting me put them on this site)
Information places in Tipperary from 1837 very informative more to come
(thanks to Janet Crawford for typing these  records and letting me put them on this site)


Clonmel Tipperary 
Clonmel Tipperary Ireland (births and deaths more to come (marriages)
(thanks to Dave Maher in Australia for transcribing  records)


Diocese of Tipperary with parish names


These are excel files with records from Janet  right click to download

LATTIN

Clerihan


 

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