Rudden (Rodden) family of Monaghan and Scotland

The following article has been put together by Jerry Strum who has been researching ancestors in Co. Monaghan and Stirlingshire, Scotland, and details a typical account of Irish Emigration. This is a personal genealogical exploration that attempts to tie together various strands of the story that I am sure others will find useful and enlightening.

A big thank you to Jerry for letting us share it.

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O’Rodain
In Gaelic, a personal name which can be traced to the Irish word rod meaning strong, spirited, lively

RUDDEN
Anglicized the name is Rudden and Roden in Co Monaghan and Cavan and usually Rodden in Co Donegal.

RODDEN
In Scotland also seen as Rodin, Roden, Rhodin, Rodan, Rooden

Rodden origin was Co Monaghan, Ireland by way of Stirlingshire, Scotland
Charles Rodden
Arrived in the USA in 1881

Note: Within the text of this narrative the Irish form, Rudden is used when referring to people who came directly from Ireland, their descendants are written as Rodden which is how they are found in records in Scotland.

Introduction
To answer the question of why Patrick Rudden of Ireland came to Scotland, one must first understand a bit of this period in history. The collapse of the linen industry of Ireland left a huge landless population which became dependent on the potato for survival. Even prior to the Great Irish Famine (known in Ireland as the Great Hunger) 1845-1850, it was customary for members of Irish farming families to annually migrate to do agricultural labor in Scotland and the North of England. This was necessary as the English took greater control of Ireland and the Irish lost ownership of their lands, thus causing Irish families to pay rent to English landlords. The rents were often beyond the means of the families, so family members worked as seasonal workers elsewhere to pay the rents. Rents were paid in May and November. Many of these migrant agricultural workers collected in Glasgow and Liverpool for passage home, thus these cities became centers for Irish immigrants. At the same time, as conditions worsened in Ireland, industries, such as mining and milling, offered year- round work in Scotland and England. So areas to which the Irish immigrated and that formerly provided only seasonal harvesting work now provided the workers a year-round dependable income. It is quite likely that Patrick Rudden was part of this migration pattern.

Disclaimer: Some of the following history of Patrick Rodden is guess work. There are no records in Ireland that can confirm Patrick Rodden’s birth or who his parents were. There is no proof that he was born in Knox East Townland, Currin Parish, County Monaghan, Ireland. There is no proof that his parents were Charles and Margaret Rodden or that he had a brother named John. That being said, the evidence gathered points this way:

Patrick Rudden/ Rodden
Patrick Rudden was born, according to Scottish records, abt 1830 in County Monaghan, Ireland. The name Rudden most often appeared in the townlands of Callowhill and Knox in the civil parish of Currin or Drumully RC Parish around the village of Scothouse. Patrick would be age 15 to 20 when the Famine or as the Irish call it the An Gorta Mor, The Great Hunger, struck Ireland. 1847 was the year of the largest migration from Co Monaghan, Patrick would have been around 17. It is unknown at this writing when or why Patrick left and if he left with family or alone but he first appears in records announcing banns of marriage in May 1850 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Life in Scotland for the Irish Ruddens

Geography
The Ruddens lived in the southern border of Stirlingshire and right across the border in the northern section of Lanarkshire. As it is in Ireland with Co Monaghan and Co Cavan, the borders between Stirlingshire and Lanarkshire are very porous and families moved to and fro between counties probably following work opportunities. The Catholic center of Stirlingshire is Falkirk and is Airdrie in Lanarkshire.

1850 Patrick Rudden and Mary Johnstone Married
Patrick is reported as a general laborer in the 1851 Scotland Census and as married to his 18 year old bride, Mary; they were living in Stirlingshire, but a likely recent relocation. According to the birth record of their son, James, Patrick and Mary Johnston were married 28 May 1851 in New Monkland which is now the area in and around Airdrie, Lanarkshire. This area of Scotland had a huge influx of Irish during this time period with the greatest number leaving Co Monaghan in 1847, (Appendix C). It is not known how long Patrick had been in Airdrie area but he was obviously part of the 2,000+ Irish who arrived, and overwhelmed the area. A search of marriage records of parishes yielded a Peter Roden and a May Johnstone who announced intention of marriage in May 1850 with both being members of the parish, St Margaret’s in Airdrie, New Monkland, It is not known if this Peter Roden and May Johnstone are the same Patrick Rudden and Mary Johnstone but is most likely. Since banns were announced in May 1850, this suggests that he arrived by early in 1850 or even earlier.

Mary is the daughter of George/William Johnstone, who was a contractor, and Elizabeth Johnston, nee Smith (Appendix G). Mary is reported in Stirlingshire parish records as born to William Johnstone and Elizabeth Smith and baptized 27 Nov 1831 Slamannan parish, church unknown, and is listed as illegitimate. Various records report Mary’s father as William, while others including her second marriage and death records, record his name as George. She is first found recorded in the census of1841 when she was a child, age 10, and lived on a farm called Satterhill in Slamannan Parish, in Stirlingshire with William and Mary Smith who are both age 65 and assumed to be her grandparents.

Mary’s mother, Elizabeth, did not marry George Johnstone but married Ebenezer Smellie in 1834 and they had three children, Robert 1835, Agnes 1837 and William 1840. In 1841 census, Elizabeth and family were in the village of Longrigg, New Monkland, Lanarkshire. It is unknown if Mary lived with her mother and step family; however, she was in New Monkland, Lanarkshire where she probably met Patick Rudden. It would be likely that an unmarried young woman as Mary would work as a domestic in another household. That might have been the case with Mary. It is known that Mary was in Lanarkshire in 1850.

In the 1851 census very near this area of Lanarkshire but just across the border in Stirlingshire in the parish of Baldernock, and in the village of Balmore, there was a John Rodden born in Ireland abt 1831 who is an agricultural laborer. While Baldernock did not get the huge influx of Irish, it is in very close proximity to Airdrie, which did (Appendix C). This residence was also occupied by Burke and McGlauglin families, also from Ireland, who are also farm laborers; however, there is no known connection between our Ruddens and these families in Co Monaghan, Ireland. This John is believed to be a brother to Patrick born abt 1830 as they are the only two Roddens in Slammanan, Stirlingshire at the time. It seems logical that they are connected. It is possible that Patrick and John both worked at this farm in Baldernock as might have Mary Johnstone.

Rudden was/is not a common name in Ireland. Most were found in the southwest corner of Co Monaghan and across the boarders in Co Cavan and Co Fermanagh. So, it seems more than likely that Ruddens found in Scotland from Ireland in this time period are possibly connected.
While at this writing there is no proof of what was the connection between John and Patrick, the accumulated evidence seems to point to a significant connection as either brothers or cousins. A list of reasons supporting this position includes the following:
• The close proximity of the two men and their families for the next five decades in Scotland.
• The naming patterns of their children especially the use of the name Charles (Appendix B).
• John’s son, also John, left a widow, Mary McFarlane. Mary remarried a James Rudden of Scotshouse, Co Monaghan Ireland (Appendix F).
• Patrick’s son, also John, married Annie Connolly of Aghnaskieve, a townland right outside of Scotshouse, Co Monaghan, Ireland.
Patrick and Mary Johnston were married 28 May 1851 in New Monkland at St Margaret’s in Airdrie. This places their marriage after the birth of daughter, Elizabeth. One source lists Elizabeth’s place of birth as Shotts but this is not confirmed. By 1851 there were 1,200+ Irish in Shotts. It appears that the Irish population had shifted from Airdrie to Shotts, Lanarkshire. This is supported by population movement (Appendix C). This could well be people following work opportunities.

However, soon after Elizabeth’s birth in March 1851, the family of three moved to Newfielddyke, Slamannan parish, Stirlingshire where they are found in the census of 1851. The next door neighbor is Patrick McGuire age 63 from Ireland. This may be of some importance as Ruddens of Knox, Monaghan, Ireland of the 1860s have McGuire appearing as the name of God parents and so suggests some familial connection between the Ruddens and McGuires. Also in Newfielddyke was Mary’s aunt, a sister of her mother, also named Mary, with her husband Patrick. By 1851 Mary’s mother, Elizabeth, was a widow and also in Slamannan and found at Clover Hall almost adjacent to Knochespie, living with her mother, Mary, also a widow. It seems Patrick and Mary may have been surrounded by family

Patrick Rudden is believed to have arrived in Scotland from Knox (East) townland in Currin parish, Co Monaghan. Currin lost 43% of its population between 1841 and 1851 with even greater losses in Knox East. Knox East lost almost a third of all occupied households and 75% of its population within this decade (See Appendix C). The majority of immigrants from Co Monaghan went to Scotland. With so many Irish immigrants fleeing hunger, Scotland was provided a bountiful and cheap labor force to send into the mines and mills. With the industrialization of England and Scotland, migrants could now find year round employment and leave agriculture and the devastation of Ireland, but families’ ties remained strong. There was already a well-established path and exchange between Ireland and Scotland of citizens over centuries. Logic would suggest that those who left Ireland for Scotland would go to places where there were already connections. Certainly there were many Irish in Airdrie and Shotts in Lanarkshire. In addition to John and Patrick, there other Ruddens of Ireland found in Scotland, who are most likely younger sons who did not inherit the farms in Ireland. Those found in Scottish census of the time include:
• Andrew Rodden found first in the 1851 census in Old Monkland in East Merryton. He is a miner and born about 1837. He is next found in the 1861 census in Binniehill. He died 1 Apr 1867 in Binniehill. His father was Francis and mother was Mary Riley. He had six children; Mary, Catherine, Michael, William, a second Catherine, Anne. The first Catherine was born 1854 and died 1855 with mother who was in prison at time. Nothing else is known.
• Anne, born 1855 in Scotland, is daughter of Matthew born in Co Monaghan and Sarah Cooney of Co Mayo
• Phillip Rudden and Mary Reilly married 1846 and born in Co Monaghan
• Charles Rodden is found in the 1861 census in Rutherglen. He is born about 1830 in Co Monaghan. His parents are Patrick Rudden and Bridget McGinty. Charles and his wife Mary have three children who were Charles, Catherine and John.
• Thomas Rudden, living in Shotts, son of Hugh Rudden and Rose Smyth, Knox East, Co Monaghan. This seems a significant connection as our Patrick 1831 is believed to come from the same townland of Knox East.
• Another John Rodden, age 22, is found in Shotts in 1861 census. He is a lodger with an Irish famiy, McPhee. This same McPhee family lived close to Patrick Rodden and Mary Johnstone in 1871 census in Slamannan. Nothing further is known of this John.

John and Patrick and their families continue to live in close proximity to one another for the rest of their lives further validating their familial relationship. There is no document that is likely to exist that states who Patrick’s parents were. However, John’s parents are known to be Charles Rudden and Margaret Harper and, assuming his brother is Patrick, then these are also his parents. However, while Patrick stated his place of origin as Co Monaghan there is no known document that lists Co Monaghan as the home of John or his mother, Margaret Harper. That also is assumed based on other evidence. There is also the possibility that Charles Rudden and Margaret Harper are not from Co Monaghan.

A great abundance of Ruddens live just across the border of Co Monaghan in Co Cavan. Co Cavan has a number of Charles Rudden families recorded in the 1827 Tithe Applotment of Ireland and in the 1856 Griffiths Primary Valuation of Ireland. As family members are not listed, it is impossible to know if that is the location of this branch of Ruddens, or if they as Patrick, are from Co Monaghan. But as stated earlier, a preponderance of evidence points to Patrick and John as brothers; so they would be from Co Monaghan and their parents would be Charles Rudden and Margaret Harper.

1861
In the 1861 Scottish Census Patrick and Mary had four children:
• Elizabeth, 14 March 1851, Shotts, Lanarkshire, Parish St. Margaret’s at Airdrie
• Margaret, 11 June 1854 St. Margarets at Airdrie Parish, Lankshire
• William, 20 Sep 1856, Burn Row, Slammanan, Stirlingshire
• Charles 17 Sep 1859 Limerigg, Slammanan, Stirlingshire

Patrick is reported as a colliery labourer in the census and their address is Knock Hespie, Slamannan parish, Stirlingshire. While the family was in Stirlingshire in 1861 they must have continued to move frequently as they are in Lanarkshire in 1851, in Stirlingshire later in 1851, back in Lanarkshire for the birth of Margaret in 1854 and back in Stirlingshire by 1856 for the birth of their first son, William. The next move was a very short distance on the same road to Limerigg where all the remaining children were born. By 1885 St. Mary’s RC Church at Barnsmuir is founded in Limerigg, it is unknown what parish served the family earlier. This all suggests that families owned little and simply picked up and moved to the next job site where they lived in company housing with few personal possessions. It also demonstrates that the distances between the locations were very small even though political boundaries changed.

John Rodden b 1835, Ireland, possible brother of Patrick, was living a very short distance away at Burn Row, a string of miners’ cottages across the road from the farm Satter Hill farm, with his mother Margaret Harper the widow of Charles Rudden. As Margaret is listed as age 79 and John is record as age 26, that would make Margaret age 53 when John was born. While there is probably an error in the recording of ages, it also suggests that John was probably the last child of the couple. It seems unusual that Margaret Harper was living with what was probably her youngest child, and a son, rather than a daughter. It was more likely for mothers to live with married daughters rather than sons. Of even more interest is that Margaret moved to Scotland quite possibly after her husband Charles Rudden died. There is no Scottish death record for Charles Rudden. So, he may have died in Ireland, but both the place and the date of his death are unknown. So what would cause Margaret to leave family and leave Ireland and go to Scotland? One would think that there must be children remaining in Ireland but maybe all had perished or immigrated? Does Margaret have additional family in Scotland besides John and Patrick? Are there other children nearby? Are there additional family connections to Scotland? All of these questions remained unanswered at this writing.

Margaret is believed to be Protestant as the name Harper is a Protestant name in Ireland. In 1690, there was a famine in Scotland resulting in a mass migration of Scots to Ireland. There was a second wave of Scots to Ireland during the plantation years. Did the Harpers come to Ireland and settle in Ulster during one of those two periods? Did Margaret still have family connection in Scotland? Clearly, there were compelling reasons, for a woman of her advanced age, to leave Ireland and live with a young son.

There in not much known of Charles Rudden. What little that is known is from the death record of his wife, Margaret Harper, mainly that he was a laborer. From that it can be assumed that Charles did not own or lease five acres of land in Co Monaghan because he does not appear in the Tithe Applotment Books of 1827. So he was also probably not the oldest child in his family. So to feed his family in Ireland, he may have leased a one acre plot or simply a garden from a Rudden sibling or even from a Harper. Margaret’s death record indicated that her father, William Harper, was a mason. It is known that the Church of Ireland, built St Andrew’s Church in Scotshouse and that it was completed in 1810. A William Harper is found in the Tithe Applotment of 1827 in the townland of Drumbure just on the edge of Scotshouse. Might this building have provided work for the mason William Harper and possibly the laborer Charles Rudden? Might that connection have led to the marriage of Margaret Harper and Charles Rudden? These questions also remain unanswered at this time.

Margaret Harper died 19 Jan 1869 after a three week illness in Binniehill, Slamannan, Stirlingshire which in 1861 was also the home of Andrew Rodden. Her death was registered by her son, John, using his mark “x” indicating that he was illiterate.

1871 Finds Patrick and John not living in close proximity but in 1872 they are in the same village. Patrick and Mary continued to live in Slamannan parish but now at #27 in a small village named Limerigg. Patrick was a collary labourer and they now also had four additional children who are all born in Limerigg, Slammanan.
• James 11 Aug 1861, Limerigg, Slamannan, Stirlingshire
• John 11 Jan 1864, Limerigg, Slamannan, Stirlingshire
• Mary 26 Jan 1867, Limerigg, Slamannan, Stirlingshire
• Ann 05 Aug 1870, Limerigg, Slamannan, Stirlingshire

John Rodden b 1832, was married to Helen Robertson in 1862 in Falkirk, Sterling. In 1871 they are found in the Scottish census living in New Monkland parish in the village of Old Manse with their three children. However, the move to New Monkland was recent as they had continued to live in Stirlingshire throughout the 1860’s as evidence by the birth of their children and the death of John’s mother, Margaret Harper.
• John 10 June 1863 Burn Row, Slamannan, Stirlingshire
• James 20 Nov 1865 Burn Row, Slamannan,Stirlingshire
• Margaret Rudden nee Harper death Jan 1869 Binniehill, Stirlingshire
• Helen 30 June 1869, Binniehill, Slamannan, Stirlingshire
• William 16 Apr 1872 Limerigg, Slamannan

1881 The eldest daughters of Patrick and Mary have left home and were married. The remaining family now lived in New Monkland Landward in Lanarkshire in the wee village Lochend at Row #6. Nearby at 10 Aughengray Row is the family of James Craig, with daughter, Margaret, future wife of Charles. Patrick continued as a miner and at home were three sons who were also miners with the two daughters at school.
• Charles age 22 (Charles immigrated to USA 30 Dec 1881. Family lore says to follow Margaret Craig who left after July 1881 for the US).
• James age 20
• John age 17
• Williams whereabouts unknown
• Annie age 11 scholar
• Mary age 14 scholar

In the same village of Lochend at Row #19 is the family of John and Helen Rodden. John is a coal miner. His two sons are also miners.
• John age 18
• James age 15
• Helen age 12 scholar
• William unknown
• Charles age 7 scholar born 18 Sep 1874 Black Loch, Slamannan
• Margaret age 3 baptized at St. Margaret’s in Airdrie, Lanarkshire

1885 Patrick died 4 December and was buried in St. Joseph’s in Airdrie, Lanarkshire. His age is reported as 50 but was more likely closer to 55. He is still a laborer at the time of his death and died of bronchitis. Patrick’s death is reported by his son, James. On the death record the space for names of Patrick’s parents is unfortunately left blank. Mary remarried John Murrary soon after Patrick’s death in 1886 and finished raising their daughters who were ages 15 and 18 at the time.

By the time of Patrick’s death, his son Charles Rodden, had immigrated to Pennsylvania, USA in 1881 and married Margaret Craig. He was followed by his brothers James, William and John in 1888. James and his wife Catherine Devlin stayed in America and settled in Alabama while William and John returned to Scotland. It is unknown when William and John returned to Scotland. Charles made a trip back to Scotland arriving in Glasgow 12 Oct 1891and departed Glasgow 23 Oct 1891 for the return to New York, arriving 4 Nov 1891. His absence would have meant some struggle for the family as they would be without his income. James also returned to visit family in Caldercruix, Lanarkshire arrived 5 Oct 1903 and returned 21 Nov 1903. Charles’s son, Charles, also visited the family as he returned from service in WWI in 1918. He visited William, whom he called Willie in Motherwell, John, whom he called Johnnie in Caldercruix and Pat and Willie Connor, sons of a sister of his father, who was Margaret Muir nee Rodden. After this, all contact seemed to be lost between Scotland and the US families for 70+ years.

1889 John Rodden died at Lockend by Airdrie. His death was reported by his son John. His place of burial is unknown.

1891 in April, Mary was living with her second husband John Murray in Airdrie, New Monkland Parish, Lararkshire with her family clustered nearby.
• 78 Peesweep Mary Rodden and husband John Murray and son William Rodden.
• 77 Peesweep had daughter Elizabeth Rodden married to Bernard Harkins and their 5 children.
• 80 Peesweep had daughter Annie Rodden and her husband Edward Welsh and one child.
• 85 and 86 had Helen Rodden widow of John Rodden b 1832. John died 23 Feb 1889 at Lockend, New Monkland, Lanarkshire quite possibly at the address at which he was living in 1881.
• In Auchengray, New Monkland, Lanarkshire was Margaret married to James Connor and their 5 children. Also in their home is Margaret’s brother, John Rodden. This was temporary as John had returned from the US. He then went to Ireland where he married in March of 1892.

The proximity of Helen Rodden, widow of John Rodden b1832, lends further evidence to the connection of John to Patrick. The one document that would have tied them together was Patrick’s death notice, but Patrick’s parents’ names are not reported on the form. Additional evidence may be in the naming conventions of the time (See Appendix B). Both Patrick and John seemed to have loosely followed what were standard naming conventions, mainly naming children in order of other relatives. The two men used essentially the same names with the differences reflecting their wives’ families. Of particular note is the use of the name Charles which is unusual in Ireland with the Ruddens and suggests a family connection.

1901 Finds the Roddens still within close proximity of one another.
• #94 Lochend Row, New Monkland, Larnarkshire was Mary Murray nee Johnstone with her husband John Murray. Her son William was no longer in her home and his whereabouts are unknown.
• #89 Lochend Row is her daughter Annie who is married to Edward Welsh and four children.
• Auchngray Row is Mary, the youngest Rodden sibling, is now married to Alexander Muir and had three children.
• Reid’s Land is now the home of John Rodden married to Annie Connolly of Scotshouse, Currin, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, and their four daughters.

1905 Mary Rodden Murray nee Johnstone died on 2 June in the parish of New Monkland, at Lockend by Airdrie in Lararkshire. Her parents are reported as George Johnstone and Elizabeth Johnstone nee Smith. Her death is reported by her husband John Murray

Conclusions:
A preponderance of evidence suggests that Patrick Rudden was born in Knox East, Currin parish, Co Monaghan, Ireland in 1830. He was the son of Charles Rudden and Margaret Harper and had at least one brother John who joined him in Scotland. Evidence that points to this as fact includes:
• 1871 census of Scotland which lists Co Monaghan as Patrick’s place of birth.
• Naming patterns used for John and Patrick’s children (Appendix B).
• Hugh Rudden and Rose Smyth born abt 1820 of Knocks East also used the name Charles for one of their children (Appendix E, p 79).
• Patrick’s youngest son, John 1865, married Annie Connolly in Aghnaskiev, Currin, Co Monaghan.
• Oral tradition related by Alice Rudden of Coolnacarte in a personal interview in Oct of 2013 related that when the Scottish Rudden came home to marry Annie Connolly, he stayed with his cousin in Knox East. This was most likely John Rudden, son of Hugh of Knocks East. Alice got the story from her mother who was next door neighbor to John of Knox East daughter, Lizzie Rudden McPhillips (Appendix D).
• People emigrated from Ireland but the families that remained didn’t move around. If John 1865 went back to Scotshouse, Aghnaskieve it was because family was there and had been there for generations.
• Patrick and John are not the oldest sons so they did not receive the land or lease and so immigration would be necessary.
• Their father is Charles; Charles is also not the oldest son and landless as he does not appear in the 1827 Tithe Applotment.

Appendix A
County Monaghan and the Village of Scotshouse

County Monaghan takes its name from the Irish ‘Muineachain”, meaning “littlehills”. It has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. It was the center and heartland of the kingdom of Oriel. The arrival of Christianity saw St. Patrick visit several locations in the county. The Vikings were invaders during the 10-11 centuries and a Viking fort is still visible near Glaslough. Prior to the 17th century Plantations, Co Monaghan was ruled by the McMahons who controlled 4/5 of the area and the McKennas controlled the remaining 1/5. When the Elizabethans decided in 1585 to divide Ulster into ‘shire-land’, the boundaries of the county were laid out, roughly as they are today. From the 15th to the 17th centuries the McMahons and the McKennas formed part of the armies of the O’Neils and were a constant thorn in the side off the English.

Scotshouse (Irish: Achabh NaHAbhla) is a small agricultural village about 5 miles away from the border town of Clones in Co Monaghan, Ireland. It is close to the border with both Co Cavan and Co Fermanagh. Cavan town is 11 miles away and Monaghan town is 17 miles away. It is in the townland of Aghnahola.

The village derives its name from an English soldier named Willie Scot who was in Cromwell’s army and settled in the area in the early seventeen century. He sold hardware products locally. He used his home to sell his products with many locals calling to the house, and when asked where they were going they would invariably reply “Scot’s house”. This house was located in the townland of Aghnahola and was situated behind the current Church of Ireland parochial house. Scotshouse remains a small village of approximately 45 houses. However since 2005 approximately 75 houses have been built in the same townland where this Willie Scot once lived.

There is much debate in the village about the name. Some elements of the village like to call it “Teach an Stocaign” after Willie Scott. However, others take offense at the village being named after this soldier and insist that the name should be the Irish Achadh na hAbhla. Whatever the name, Scotshouse continued to be a wee village in the rolling hills of Ireland probably not vastly different than it was in the 1840’s when Patrick left.

Appendix B
Naming Conventions
• First male named after father’s father, first female after mother’s mother.
• Second male named after mother’s father, second female after father’s mother.
• Third and fourth children named after grandparents or parents. Variants were always possible but this gave the general outline for naming children.
This convention basically was followed by Patrick and John and strongly suggests that their parents were Charles and Margaret.

Patrick’s Children
1. Elizabeth, a first daughter after Mary Johnstone’s mother Elizabeth Smith.
2. Margaret, a second daughter named after Margaret Harper.
3. William, a first son named after Mary Johnstone’s father William George Johnstone
4. Charles, a second son named after Charles Rudden
The remaining names might include the names of the parents or other family members such as aunts and uncles. The seventh child, Mary, shared her mother’s name. No child that lived was named Patrick after the father. That may also have been a decision as the name Patrick was considered too Irish and thus stigmatizing in Scotland. All four remaining names were very prevalent among the Ruddens of Knox, Co Monaghan, Ireland.
5. James,
6. John,
7. Mary,
8. Annie.

John’s Children
1. John, either for John or Helen’s father
2. James
3. Helen, for the mother Helen
4. Charles, John’s father, Charles Rudden
5. Margaret, John’s mother, Margaret Harper

Appendix C
Irish population found in Slamannan, Shotts, Airdrie and Baldernock in the 1840’s and 1850’s.
Slamannan
1841 – 12 people of Irish descent
1851 – 87
Airdrie
1841 – 2093
1851 – 346
Baldernock
1841 – 166
1851 – 129
Shotts
1841 – 164
1851 – 1264

The Irish population that left Ireland 1840-1850
53% of farms were less than 5 acres, 42% were between 5-15 acres.

The County Monaghan was among the hardest hit areas during the Famine with Currin Parish among the hardest hit in the county. As seen below the decline was astounding.

Currin Parish Population in 1841 was 6,502 and in 1851 was 1,122

Knox East Population No of Houses
1841 1851 1841 1851
149 30 22 6
Knox East is the assumed home of Patrick and Charles Rudden

Chief destination of emigrants in Currin was Scotland. (Source: A Time of Desolation: Clones poor law union 1845-50 by Brian MacDonald as appeared in Clogher Record 2000)

Appendix D
Interview on Ruddens of Knox East, Killynenagh, Co Monaghan, Ireland
Interview with Alice and Joe Rudden (siblings) of Coolnacarte, Scotshouse, Currin Parish, Co Monaghan, and Eileen Foy, Redhills, Co Cavan October 2013

Alice Rudden, of Coolnacarte, Currin, Co Monaghan, spoke with confidence and clarity during an interview with me in October of 2013 on the return of the Scottish Rudden, John Rodden 1865, son of Patrick 1830 of Ireland, who came home to Ireland from Scotland and married Annie Connolly in 1892. She asserted that he visited his cousins while in Ireland. The cousins included Annie, Mary, and Lizzie Rudden. There is, in the outset, a significant error in Alice’s story. John Rodden of Scotland could not have visited the cousins Annie, Mary and Lizzie in 1892 as they were not yet born. This does not mean that he did not come at some time after that date and visit them and/or their home, which is quite likely since Annie Connolly’s family was present in 1901 and 1911 census in Dunsrim near Scotshouse. Certainly it would be likely that she made trips home and it was more than likely that her husband, John Rodden 1865, joined her as he too had family in the area.

So assuming there is truth to the cousins’ scenario, the following is known about the three girls. They are the children of John Rudden born 8 Sep 1863 in Knox East, Currin, Monaghan and Mary Brides born 1865 nearby. The 1901, census tells us that the farm on which they live had a thatch roof and was made of stone. It had 2-4 rooms with 3 windows, in front of the house. Three rooms were occupied by the family. In addition outbuildings include one stable, cow house, piggery, and a barn. The house was classified a 2 out of 4, a modest home even by standards of the time. John seems a logical cousin to John Rodden of Scotland as they are about the same age. John Rudden and Mary Brides are the parents of three daughters:
• Annie born 1903 Knocks East, Killynenagh, Monaghan (registered in Clones, Civil Records 1845-1958). She married James Fisher in 1931 and they had the following children:
o Margaret Fisher
• Mary Rudden born 1905 Knocks East, Killynenagh, Monaghan (Registered in Clones Civil Records 1845-1958). She married Phillip Fay born 1900 in 1937.
• Elizabeth Rudden born 1911 Knocks East, Killynenagh, Monaghan. She married James McPhillips born 1902 in 1942(Registered in Clones Civil Records 1845-1958). . They had no children.
An interview was also conducted in Oct 2013 with Eileen Fay, wife of John (Sean Fay) who currently is of Redhills and a descendant of Mary Rudden . Eileen shared that a cousin, Alice Ruth Rudden b1 Jun 1896 Currin, Monaghan, Ireland emigrated to Brookton, Massachusetts, in America and that in 1942 she received a letter from her cousin Mary Rudden Fay. The letter revealed much about the difficulty of life in Redhills at the time but even more importantly for this project, revealed additional family connections. The following was discovered through US census records and death records based on the letter and the oral history of Eileen Fay.
Alice Ruth Rudden aka Ruthie married Daniel O’Brien in Massachusetts. This knowledge led to the discovery of Ruthie’s birth record. It indicated that she was the daughter of Daniel Rudden, a mason, and Margaret Reilly, both of whom were born in Ireland. Daniel Rudden’s death recorded in Massachusetts gave the details of his parents, father Hugh Rudden and mother, Mary McPhillips. So from these documents, the following is discovered:

Hugh Rudden b1820 (aka Hymie Ruddens) in Co Monaghan, Knox East married Mary McPhillips b1826 and died 1914. They had the following children:
o Mary Rudden b date unknown (mentioned in the will of above Mary Rudden nee Mc Phillips
o Daniel Rudden b 1862, Knoxs East, died Massachusetts (Source: Massachusetts death record)
o John Rudden b 8 Sep 1863, Knox East (Source: John Kelley’s list of birth records).
o Hugh Rudden b 16 Feb 1866, Knox East (Source: John Kelley’s list of birth records). This Hugh is mentioned in the letter of Ruthie Fay. Hugh married Catherine Kelleher. Their marriage record confirms his parents to be Hugh Rudden and Mary McPhillips.
o James Rudden b 23 Mar 1868, Knox East (Source: John Kelley’s list of birth records).
o Annie Rudden b 9 Jan 1871, Knox East (Source: John Kelley’s list of birth records). Anne is also mentioned in the letter from Ruthie Fay.
Of interest is the fact that John Rudden b1863 and not Daniel 1862 inherits the farm in 1915 as stated in the will of his mother Mary Rudden nee McPhillips. His sister Mary is also to be provided for with 15 pounds if she moved out or married. The usual order of inheritance would have been for Daniel to inherit the farm but he moved to Massachusetts as did his brother, Hugh and assumed sister, Annie, as she is also inquired about in the letter to Ruthie from Annie Fay. The whereabouts of James is unknown at this time but again of interest is the fact that when Alice Rudden was telling the story she was not sure if the father of the girls was John or James, so James may well have stayed in Ireland
A logical conclusion based on the story told by Alice and facts found about the family of Hugh Rudden could be drawn that Patrick Rudden b1830 emigrated to Stirlingshire, Scotland sometime in the later part of the 1840 decade and his son, John b1864, visited an Irish cousin who is connected to the three daughters, Annie, Mary, Lizzie. The cousin’s father was John; John’s father was Hugh b 1820 which would make him the brother of our Patrick b1830.

Appendix E
Records of Ruddens in Knox, Dunsrim, and Corrinary Townlands, Co Monaghan
In 1841 53% of farms in Ireland were less than 5 acres, 42% were between 5-15 acres and only 317 were over30 acres.

Knox
Tithe Applotment of 1827 there are 7 families in Knox East and the area is 35 Irish/acres 58.8 statute acres (which is the measure used in Griffith’s).

7 families which include: Irish statute acres
• John Leonard 5 acres 8.1
• Edward Murphy 5 acres 8.1
• Owen Rodden 5 acres 8.1
• James Rodden 5 acres 8.1
• John Rodden 5 acres 8.1
• Hugh and Pat Rodden 10acres 16.2
• Pat Roddden 5 acres 8.1
Total 64.8 statute acres of which 42.6 acres owned by Ruddens

Griffith’s Valuation
Knox East, Currin (There is now an identified Knox West which has no Ruddens. There were no definite boundaries until the ordnances survey of 1856 which is when Knox East and West were probably established)

6 families which are all are part of the John Madden Estate, acres reported in statute measure
• Patrick Rudden 18 acres
• Hugh Rudden
• Michael Leonard (Son of John Leonard?) 11 acres
• James Caulfield 9 acres
• John Rudden* 13 acres
• Phillip Rudden* 22 acres
Total of 82 statute acres of which 73 are owned by Ruddens
*This John Rudden and Margaret Smyth have two children, Patrick 1864 and Mary 1868 This Philip Rudden and Eleanore Smyth have a daughter Anne 1876 (Source: John Kelley birth records)
So in the 30 years there have been some changes. The most obvious is the land mass seems different as it is 64.8 statute acres in 1827 and 82 in 1856. Also John Leonard’s son Michael is probably now the leasee and the acres have changed from 8.1 to 9. The land mass change may be due to bog reclamation. What is unknown is who are the family members of two Hugh Ruddens and how are they connected to descendants.

1901 Census Knox East, Killynenagh DED. There are no Rudden residents in Knox West with the exception of granddaughter to Smyths in 1901. Even 45 years, later the names have not drastically changed: Rudden and Leonard occupy the land with the addition of McEniff/Kelley family. However we now have other household members listed.
1. Mary Rudden age 65 widow of Hugh and two children, Mary 31 and John 29 (nee Mary McPhillips). This Huge was also known as Hymie Rudden.
2. John Rudden (aka Fob) age 56, Patrick 32 son (born 1868), Maggie 30 his wife, children John 2, Mary 1
3. Philip Leonard age 38, Rose 30 sister (Possible son of Michael Leonard)
4. Rose Ruddan 60, Philip 40 son, Susan 26 daughter, Michael 24 son (family of Hugh but unknown from where or what connection with the other Hugh or other Ruddens in Knox East. This Rose and Huge do appear in Kelley work with children’s births in KnoxEast but it is unknown on which lot in Knox East)
5. McEniff family of dad, mom 2 kids and brother in law
1911 Census Knox East, Killyneanagh DEDSame 5 families
1. Mary Rudden age 85 widow of Hugh and John 50 son, Mary 45 daughter in law, Mary 6, Lizzie 0 granddaughters
2. John Rudden age 76, Patrick 43 son, Maggie 42 John’s wife, John 12, Mary 10, Annie 6
3. Philip Leonard age 72, Rose 70 sister, Catherine 71 wife
4. Rose Ruddan 71, ,Michael 36 son, Maggie daughter in law
5. McEniff family of dad, mom 2 kids and brother in law
Essentially there are no changes in the residents of this townland between 1901 and 1911.
While there is a clear trail of Ruddens the number of leases gets smaller over the decades. In addition, as with the case of Hugh’s children, 3 sons left so there is no knowing how many sons each of the leasees had in the first 7 families of Ruddens during the Tithe Applotment. The Tithe Applotment and Griffiths list two Hugh so it is unknown if these Hughs are connected to them or one of the other Ruddens.

Sons without property who did not have a trade had two choices. They could become day laborers or they could emigrate. The two Hugh Rudden families of Knox provide an example of families with a number of sons but only one holds the lease on the farms.

Hugh Rudden and Mary McPhillips had three sons that did not get the farm
o Daniel 1862 (emigrated Mass, US)
o Hugh 1866 (emigrated Mass, US)
o James 1868 (unknown)
o John took posession of the farm
Hugh Rudden and Rose Smyth
(Source: John Kelley’s birth records)
o Patrick 1872 (Source: John Kelley’s birth records)
o Michael 1873(Source: John Kelley’s birth records)
o Charles 1875(Source: John Kelley’s birth records)
o John 1877(Source: John Kelley’s birth records)
o Thomas emigrated to Scotland and is found in Shotts, Lanarkshire. This is of significance as my Patrick b1830 first daughter, Elizabeth, was born in Shotts 14 March 1851 which predates her parents marriage 28 May 1851. Conception would be about June 1850, the time seasonal workers from Ireland would be in Scotland.

Corrinary/Dunsrim
Dunsrim seems to be an important place in the Rudden/Rodden genealogy; however its exact importance is not totally clear at this writing. Several connections seem to indicate a larger picture of the Ruddens of Currin Parish. Three events suggest a closer examination of Dunsrim.
1. Mary McFarlane’s second husband, James Rudden born 1875 was born in Dunsrim (Appendix G).
2. John Rodden 1864, son of Patrick Rudden and Mary Johnstone, goes to Aghnaskieve and married Annie Connolly. Aghnaskieve is the bordering townland to Dunsrim.
3. In the will of Mary Rudden nee McPhillips of Knox East appointed one of her exactors from Corinary which is not a neighboring townland. The connection between them is unknown.
4. There was also a Rudden presence in Dunsrim. A Patrick Rudden of Corinary purchased a farm in Dunsrim about 1860. It is unknown how this Patrick Rudden is connected to the other Ruddens of Co Monaghan but it is most likely that they are connected.

The proximity of Dunsrim to Scotshouse and Aghnaskiev are of interest considering with whom John Rodden 1864 of Scotland stayed in 1892. On the record of marriage to Annie Connolly he listed his place of residence as Aghnaskieve, which is also the home of the Connollys but what is unknown is if there were also Ruddens in area around Aghnaskieve with which he stayed. In Dunsrim, the neighboring townland, there was a Rudden at the time of John’s visit.

The Rudden presence in Dunsrim begins with a Patrick Rudden and George Welsh who were on adjacent farms in 1831 in Corrinary and, in fact, this Patrick appeared in the tithe Applotment of 1827. George Welsh and his son John, were on the neighboring farm in Corrinary then moved to Dunsrim where George died and John eventually sold his farm to John Rudden. This John Rudden is assumed to be the son or brother of Patrick. The farm at the time is listed as free but it is later purchased by Thomas Atkinson, a prominent landowner of the time. A Patrick Rudden is present in Dunsrim as early as 1861 when his first child is born and continuing there until 1901 when family is present in the census however by 1911 there is no Rudden presence in Dunsrim. A son, James born 1875, had gone to Scotland in 1900 and married Mary McFarlane. How the Ruddens of Dunsrim and Patrick of Corrinary are connected to the other branches of Ruddens in Knox is unknown.

What is known of a Knox/Corrinary connection is through the will of Mary Rudden nee McPhillips. In Mary’s will she named William Rowley, a Protestant farmer of Corrinary, as an executor. This raises the obvious question of why would she name an illiterate, Protestant farmer in Corrinary as her executor unless he is somehow connected to family? Examining Corrinary in Griffiths and 1901 found no Ruddens. Any connection between Patrick, found of Corrinary and then Dunsrim, and the Ruddens of Knox East is unknown but certainly possible. Whether John of Scotland stayed with family in Knox East or Dunsrim is unknown at this writing but either would be possible.

1827 Tithe Applotment
• Geo Welsh 1789 and Patrick Rudden next door to each other in Corringary.. George has a son John Welsh, Patrick is believed to also have a son John.
1854 Land Records (Source: Patrick Francis Cryans descendant of Geo Welsh )
Dunsrim
• 7a Geo Welsh
• 7b John Welsh who Married Mary Boyne 13 Nov 1844, their last child born Alexander Welsh 1859. Alexander baptized at Drumully, Roman Catholic Parish, Co Monaghan. The family then migrated to Glasgow.
1861 John Rudden took over 7b until 1880 when Thomas Atkins took it. However Jame Rudden born abt 1839 lived in Dunsrim as a farm laborer and had his first child in 1861. Was he on this farm?

1888 Annie Rodden (daughter of Patrick Rudden) married Edward Welsh, it is unknown if and how this Welsh may be connected to the John Welsh of Dunsrim however the James Welsh and famlly appear in close proximity to the Patrick Rudden family across the decades in the Scotland census.

1892 John Rodden of Scotland married Annie Connolly of Aghnaskeive, Co Monaghan, at the time of marriage he listed his address as Aghnaskieve next to Dunsrim . Annie returned to Scotland with John to Lanarkshire near Airdrie. Alice Rudden reported that John visited daughters of James Rudden Annie, Elizabeth and Mary. (See Appendix D)

1901 Census of Ireland in Dunsrim
• #7 is owned by Patrick McPhillips a 62 yr old widower (husband of Elizabeth Rudden, daughter of John), he is a shop owner
• #10 is owned by James Rudden father of John who was second husband to Mary McFarlane of Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland.
1911 Census of Ireland in Dunsrim
• #10 is now owned by a younger and different Patrick McPhillips
• #18 is owned by Thomas McPhillips son of Patrick McPhillips who was at #7 in 1901. Thomas is a spirits merchant.

Appendix F
The Story of Mary McFarlane and Two Rudden Husbands
The lore handed down by descendants of Mary was that Mary McFarland married brothers. John Rodden born 1835 who is believed to have emigrated from Co Monaghan, Ireland to Lanarkshire and Stirlingshire, Scotland probably with a brother named Patrick b1830. John married Helen Roberston and they had a family which included a son John born 1863. That John married Mary McFarland and they had a family of 4 children before John’s premature death on 9 May,1900. However Mary was a widow for a very short time because by 25 June 1900 she married James Rudden b 1876 of Dumsrim, Currin, Monaghan, Ireland!

This is an interesting marriage for several reasons. Not only was it literally on the heels of the death of Mary’s first husband, John, but James was about 11 years younger than his bride, Mary. John was quite possibly a cousin of her first husband, John. The family lore had it that Mary had married brothers, which is not a fact but it is very likely that the two Rodden/Ruddens were cousins. James’s home was Dunsrim, a townland, just south of Scotshouse and beside the townland of Aghnaskew. Another John Rodden b1864, the son of Patrick b1830, mentioned above, in Co Monaghan Ireland, did a trip for a bride in the reverse. He traveled from Lanarkshire, Scotland to Aghnaskew, Currin Parish, Ireland in 1892 and married Annie Connolly. So in spite of the distance and what would have been the expense of travel it seems the Irish and Scottish branches of the Rudden/Rodden family tree remained in contact, some might suggest very close contact.
Appendix G
Story of Mary Johnstone
Researched and written by Mary Close, Edited by Jerry Strum, Note: This document makes the assumption that ‘Elizabeth’ and ‘Bethea’ are actually one and the same name. While there is no record of a ‘Bethea’ Smith having been born to William Smith and Mary Orr there is record of Elizabeth Smith, so the assumption is Bethea and Elizabeth are one and the same person.

Mary Orr who was born in Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland married William Smith. They settled in Mauchline, Ayrshire, Scotland, which was also the home of the Scottish bard, Robert Burns. Since Robert Burns died in1796 there is a chance that this William and Mary could have known him. As their first child wasn’t born until 1798, the children would not have met him.
William and Mary had several children in Mauchline,
• Jean and John (twins) 1798
• William 1801
• Elizabeth 1809
Several children died in between those births. The family headed across country to settle first in the Shotts and then in Slamannan where William worked as a farmer in Saturhill. By the time they got to this farm, they’d increased their family with the births of
• Janet born in Shotts, Lanarkshire
• George 22 Apr 1814, Shotts, Lanarkshire
• James born in Shotts, Lanarkshire
• Mary 1816 in Shotts, Lanarkshire. This Mary lived in Newfielddyke in 1851 census which was where her niece Mary Johnstone lived with her husband Patrick Rudden.
Of additional interest is the fact that one source reports that Elizabeth, the daughter of above Mary Johnstone and Patrick Rudden, is in one source reported born in Shotts in 1851. This would suggest that the Smyths had presence in Shotts for a period of time.

William and Mary were living in Saturhill Farm on the 1841 Census. The children had all grown up and were building their own lives. However, there is a wee girl called Mary living with her grandparents. She is aged 10 at this time so was born in 1831. We know her mother was Elizabeth Smith born 1809, presumed daughter of William and Mary Smith. Mary was born illegitimately to Elizabeth with the father being recorded as William Johnston. They never married.
On the same 1841 Census, the family of John Johnston is also on Saturhill Farm. This John Johnston was born 1781and his wife, Agnes born 1801. As William is believed to be born 1806, Agnes could have been the second wife of John, the first being Jane Jack. A John Johnson and Jane Jack had a large family in the early 1800’s one of whom was William born in 1806. Further investigation is required to sort this out.
It seems highly likely that Elizabeth while staying or visiting her parents at the farm connected with William as William was either living or visiting the same farm. The product of this union was Mary Johnston. Elizabeth and William did not marry. William would have been around 25 at the time of Mary’s birth and may well have been betrothed or already married or simply of a different class and thus not an acceptable union for the standards of the day.
While Elizabeth didn’t marry William she did not spend the rest of her life single. Three years after Mary was born, a Bethea (assuming Bethea and Elizabeth are the same name) met and married an Ebenezer Smellie (pronounced Smiley) in 1834 and went on to have 3 children:
• Robert in 1835,
• Agnes in 1837,
• William in 1840. (Interesting name choice)
The 3 children were thus half-siblings to Mary Johnstone.

They settled in the parish of New Monkland, Lankshire, found in the 1841 Census in Longrigg, close to Auchengray. Sadly, by the time of the 1851 Census, Elizabeth was a widow and she and her mother, Mary, now also a widow, are living together at Clover Hall which is beside Knocks Happy(aka Hespie) in the Parish of Slamannan and the home of Mary Johnstone and Patrick Rodden by 1861 so they lived in very close proximity to one another. Mary appeared in the census as aged 80 and listed Tarbolton, Ayrshire as her birthplace and Elizabeth recorded her age as 38, but is most likely older than this if she was born in 1809. Elizabeth’s birthplace is recorded as Mauchline.
The death record of our Elizabeth’s husband, Ebenezer Smellie, is not yet located though his death had to be between 1841 and 1851. Elizabeth died aged ‘54’ years in 12th Nov 1860 in Limerigg and her parents are shown as Mary Orr and William Smith, Farmer. Her son, Robert Smillie, registers the death. She was buried in Slamannan churchyard. This suggests that the family was non-Catholic. Could this have been the reason William and Elizabeth did not marry perhaps? William also must have died between 1841 and 1851 as he is not found.
Mary Orr was present on the 1861 Census, aged ‘87’ and is now living with her daughter-in-law Elizabeth Smith (nee Jack) who by that time was also widow. She had been married to our Elizabeth’s brother John who had died in 1857 at Longriggend. His death record confirms his wife’s details and of course William and Mary’s details. It also shows he was buried in Slamannan churchyard.
Bethea Smith, assumed to be the same person as Elizabeth Smillie, died 12 Nov 1860 in Limerrigg. Her death is reported by her son Robert Smille. This is of interest as Mary Johnston and Patrick Rodden were living in this area which is confirmed by the birth of their son, Charles, born in Limerigg in 1859 and their son William was born right up the road in Burn Row in 1856. Both of these villages are on the border of Satter Hill Farm. So while it is unknown what the relationship was, the families lived in close physical proximity.

Bridget ‘Baby’ Rudden speaks to Turtle Bunbury


This piece of footage featured on the RTE Nationwide programme in Ireland back in 2009, and accompanied a feature in the ‘Vanishing Ireland’ book by author Turtle Bunbury.   For anyone who has not yet seen this footage its certainly worth seeing showing the village of Redhills and the countryside in Drumcor on the Monaghan border.

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The Rudden Gathering 2013

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As part of Ireland’s big event for 2013, you are invited to the first grand Gathering of the Rudden’s in a very long time…!

Visit the Gathering website, and sign up to come and join us for this unique weekend.

http://www.thegatheringireland.com/Attend-A-Gathering/individual-gathering.aspx?eid=1644&name=The+Rudden+Gathering+2013#.UQpjD783Y1c

We are currently preparing a schedule which will be published here soon.

 

The 1641 Depositions and their historical backdrop (video content)

The 1641 Depositions are witness testimonies mainly by Protestants, but also by some Catholics, from all social backgrounds, concerning their experiences of the 1641 Irish rebellion.

It is interesting to find in a testimony by an Arthur Culme the perhaps unsurprising news that ” Henry Ashe of Cavan & Patrick Ruddin* of Cavan whom I have seene to beare Armes with the Rebells And is Crediblie informed that they are rebelles”

Is this the earliest mention of a ‘Rudden’ in Ireland…?

*The spelling in this document is often Phonetic.

Visit theTrinity College website for more information :http://1641.tcd.ie/index.php

The following videos are of an RTE documentary telling the story of the Cromwellian Invasion.
(Please note they have been uploaded in 10 minute segments).

Cromwell in Ireland

The following programmes in Irish document the Ulster Plantation (with English Subtitles).

Barbado’ed  – Scotlands Sugar Slaves

CORONER’S CASEBOOK OF ROBERT HAMILTON REED (REID)

CORONER’S CASEBOOK OF ROBERT HAMILTON REED (REID)

Pages 32- 33
NOTE there are two unnumbered pages between 31-32 which are also included.

Distance travelled 18 miles
Fee to Dr. HENRY fro Post-mortem .2.0
Fee to Dr. O’REILLY for Post-mortem ₤2.2.0

Held on view of the body of Patrick BRIDES 5 March 1877 in the parish of Curren & Barony of Dartrey.

[There is no witness named here- so it seems it may have been the Coroner himself – Robert Hamilton REED] Was at Clones fair 29 March. I saw deceased in Scotshouse in Ellen CLARKENS where I was invited by deceased to take a treat. This was about 7:30 p.m. Stopped about ¼ hour. About a neign of punch was drunk by us. Deceased.

Pat REILLY. – Bridget CONOLLY & myself. Alick REILLY was there. We left together as are route home was the same. I forgot my hat in CLARKENS but did not miss it for some time and when I did I asked REILLY if he had it. He replied no. We had a scuffle on the road and I fell into the ditch. I was drunk.

Patrick REILLY –  Deposed was a nephew of deceased. I met him on his return from Clones fair in Scothouse evening of 29 [retto?]. I and my Uncle Tom SMITH & Bridget CONOLY were drinking Eleanor CLARKSON’s public house. Remained better than ½ hour. I walked part of the way home with my uncle. He had a horse with him. After a little I got on and rode and then left him and rode onwords. I saw a rowe on the road before me near MURPHY’s gate. The people were standing in the crowd. I saw Tom SMITH. John RUDDEN & I think Michael REILLY of [Clara?]. SMITH was getting the worst of it and I went to assist him. I was struck myself on the head and body several times by sticks and stones and I don’t know by whom. My uncle came up at this time. He was knocked down. He was too far off to have been knocked down by a stick and it must’ve been by a stone. During the time of the fight I saw two women named MURPHY out on the road at the entrance of their lane. They seem to be on for saving SMITH. I helped the MURPHYs to carry my uncle into MURPHY’s house. When leaving CLARKENs my uncle had no injuries what ever on him. I remained in MURPHY’s till break of day when his wife and I helped him home. At times he was not in his right mind since receiving the injuries. He died between seven and eight o’clock on yesterday morning.

Richard ATKINSON [or ATEENSON]. –  Deposed I was in Clones fair 29 ulte. My daughter and the girl were in the cart with me. We made a short delay in Scothouse and then left for home. I overtook deceased at Willie CLARKs bray. He was standing on the road with Patrick REILLY his nephew. Deceased walked about three perches with me in the rear of the cart.

Then Patrick REILLY took the horse and rode on. On this deceased ran after him. I heard no noise on the road all the time. I followed on the road after them. GRIFFITH’s daughter was with me and my daughter the latter ran on before as and when I came up as far as MURPHY’s lane I saw a man lying on the road and some people were standing a little away from him. There was no person near him. I knew not who they were that were on the road. Nor did I inquire. I proceeded on home but heard Pat BRIDES was hurted on the road. I overtook my Son with the cart about 4 perches above where I saw the man lying on the road. When I overtook my Son with the cart Johnny RUDDEN was with him. A little further Peter McDONALD & Michael REILLY & McDONALDs were on road.

Fanny Anne STEENSON. Deposeth was with her father in Clones fair 29 ulte . Coming home stopped a short time in Scotshouse. We then started for home. I was a short way behind our cart. My sister in lane and Jane GRIFFITH were in the cart and my brother leading the horse. From leaving Scothouse we met no one save Pat BRIDE who we overtook at CLARKEs brae. Pat REILLY his nephew was with him. He got on the mare and rode on. Deceased ran after him and I ran after deceased. I met no one until I came up to the crowd on the road opposite MURPHY’s gate. When passing them by I received a stroke of something on the right side, but I don’t know who struck me. I know none other persons of the crowd. I saw RUDDEN in our cart before I got home also Pat McDONALD within a short piece of home.

Mary MURPHY. Deposed. Remember last fair night of Clones I was preparing for bed when I heard shouting on the road. After some time I and my sister went by the lane leading to the road. Where I saw deceased lying on the road near the gate piers. I saw no one near him, but heard people walking on the road. Deceased was shortly after brought into her house. He was cut on the face. He, Pat REILLY & Tom SMITH stayed in our house all night.

Dr. Wm. O’REILLY.I saw deceased last Saturday at two o’clock he was in bed with a poultice to the side of his head and face. On removing it I found both his eyelids black, coloured and swollen. A contused wound on the right side of his upper lip, a small wound on the angle of lips on the right side passing through the cheek and into the mouth. He complained of great pain at the back of his neck. I cupped him and took a considerable quality of blood from his neck which appeared to give him release. I sent him medicine calculated to keep down the inflammatory action of the brain. On Sunday 1st instt I heard he was better and felt he was easier. On Monday I had a message to say he was much worse. I sent leeches to be applied to his head and saw him the following morning supported by two men and endeavouring to keep him in the house. I asked him did he feel pain and he said he felt no pain as what I had done for him on Saturday had given his head freely. He was picking at some little bug on his fingers and twitching his fingers. His head was inclined favoured his neck bent and his eyes staring and prominent. I cut the hair off his head blistered his head all at the back of his neck and behind his ears. The next I heard of them was the 4 instt whenI heard he was dead.

I this day assisted at a post-mortem examined on BRIDES body and found the brain congested. The spinal marrow injured by a rupture of one of the lateral ligaments and the muscles at the back of the neck congested. I am of opinion he died from congestion of the brain. Rupture of the ligaments consequent and upon injuries received which were the result of direct violence; if he fell on the back of his head on some hard substance it would cause the injuries resulting in death but would not cause the wounds on his face.

Dr. Richard HENRY. I have made a post-mortem examination of the body of Patk BRIDES assisted by Dr. O”REILLY. Found the brain congested, the spinal marrow injured and the ligament connecting the first and second vertebrae ruptured. I found congestion of the muscles at the back of the neck with some coagulated blood which must have been the result of direct violence; I am of opinion that he died of congestion of the brain consequent upon injuries he received. I observe the wound on the face described by Dr. O’REILLY I consider he must have received more than one blow.

Verdict. Patrick BRIDES came to his death on the fourth day of April 1877 from the effect of injuries inflicted on him on the public road on the night of 29 March 1877 by some person or persons to the jury unknown.
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Tithe Applotment Books

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Visit the Tithe Applotment Books Website

The Tithe Applotment Books are a vital source for genealogical research for the pre-Famine period, given the loss of the 1821-51 Census records. They were compiled between 1823 and 1837 in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings over one acre should pay in tithes to the Church of Ireland (the main Protestant church and the church established by the State until its dis-establishment in 1871).

There is a manuscript book for almost every civil (Church of Ireland) parish in the country giving the names of occupiers of each townland, the amount of land held and the sums to be paid in tithes. Because the tithes were levied on agricultural land, urban areas are not included. Unfortunately, the books provide only the names of heads of family, not other family members.
The books have been digitally imaged, and a database giving surname, forename, county, parish and townland created. All of these fields can be searched, and there is also a browse facility, which allows users to survey entire parishes and townlands.

The population of Ireland was recorded in 1841 as 8.2 million. It would have been somewhat less than this during the 1820s and 1830s, when the Tithe Applotment Books were compiled.
The books for Northern Ireland are in the held in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, but there are microfilm copies in the National Archives which can be consulted in our Reading Room.

Irish Census Records – A Guide to What’s Available

Irish Census Records

Taken from the Irish Times Website.

Official Censuses in Ireland

Full government censuses of the whole island were taken in 1821, 1831, 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911. The first four-1821, 1831, 1841 and 1851-were largely destroyed in the fire at the Public Record Office in 1922; surviving fragments are detailed in the county source-lists. Those for 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1891 were completely destroyed prior to 1922, by order of the government. This means that the earliest surviving comprehensive returns are for 1901 and 1911. Because of this, the normal rule that census returns should not be available to the public for a hundred years was suspended in the Republic in the 1960s, and microfilm copies of both 1901 and 1911 can be consulted in The National Archives of Ireland and online at its census website, www.census.nationalarchives.ie.

Microfilm copies are also available via the lds Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

 

1821 Census Fragments

This census, organized by townland, civil parish, barony and county, took place on May 28th 1821, and aimed to cover the entire population. It recorded the following information:

  • name;
  • age;
  • occupation;
  • relationship to the head of the household;
  • acreage of land holding;
  • number of storeys of house.

1821 census
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Almost all the original returns were destroyed in 1922, with only a few volumes surviving for parts of Cos. Cavan, Fermanagh, Galway, Meath and Offaly (King’s County). These are now in The National Archives of Ireland, and full details of call numbers and areas covered will be found in the county source-lists. The overall reliability of the population figures produced by the 1821 census has been questioned, but there is no doubt as to the genealogical value of the returns. Once again, however, the ages given need to be treated with scepticism. NAI is currently engaged in a collaboration with the Family History Library of the LDS church to digitise all surviving records and make them available free online.

 

1831 census

Again organised by townland, civil parish, barony and county, this census recorded :

  • name;
  • age;
  • occupation;
  • relationship to the head of the household;
  • acreage of land-holding;
  • religion.

Very little of this survives, with most of the remaining official fragments relating to Co. Derry. This was the first census to record religion and was therefore of interest in ongoing local sectarian arguments, and quite a few local copies were made to provide ammunition. Details of locations and call numbers of any such copies are in the county source-lists. NAI is currently engaged in a collaboration with the Family History Library of the LDS church to digitise these records and make them available free online.

 

1841

Unlike in the two earlier censuses, the householders themselves filled out these returns, rather than government enumerators. The information supplied was:

  • name;
  • age;
  • occupation;
  • relationship to the head of the household;
  • date of marriage;
  • literacy;
  • absent family members;
  • family members who died since 1831.

Only one set of original returns survived 1922, that for the parish of Killeshandra in Co. Cavan. There are, however, a number of transcripts of the original returns. The 1841 census was the earliest to be of use when state Old Age Pensions were introduced in the early twentieth century, and copies of the household returns from 1841 and 1851 were sometimes used as proof of age. The forms detailing the results of searches in the original returns to establish age have survived and are found in NAI for areas in the Republic, and in proni for areas now in its jurisdiction. Copies of the Northern Ireland returns are also available at the LDS Library. County-by-county indexes to the areas covered, giving the names of the individuals concerned, are found on open shelves in the NAI reading room.

 

1851

This recorded the following:

  • name;
  • age;
  • occupation;
  • relationship to the head of the household;
  • date of marriage;
  • literacy;
  • absent family members;
  • family members who died since 1841;
  • religion.

Most of the surviving returns relate to parishes in Co. Antrim, and details will be found in Chapter 13. An online transcript, of doubtful accuracy, is also available. The comments above on transcripts and abstracts of the 1841 census also apply to 1851.

 

1861, 1871, 1881, 1891

The official destruction of the returns for these years was commendably thorough: virtually nothing survives. The only transcripts are contained in the Catholic registers of Enniscorthy (1861) and Drumcondra and Loughbraclen, Co. Meath (1871).

1821 Census – Update

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1821 Census Townland of Killynure

Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

Unless otherwise stated all houses are one Storey high.
House Number 1
Thomas Cooke – Age 16 – Farmer
Sally Cooke – His Wife – Age 44 – Spinner
Barth Cooke – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
John Cooke – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Phillip Cooke – His Son – Age 11
Anne Cooke – His Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
Rose Cooke – His Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Catherine Cooke – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Bridget Cooke – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
*Note: Catherine and Bridget Cooke are Twins.*

House Number 2
Patrick Cooke – Age 43 – Farmer
Ellenor Cooke – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Edward Cooke – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Thomas Cooke – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Barth Cooke – His Son – Age 7
Terence Cooke – His Son – Age 3
Kitty Cooke – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Rose Cooke – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Owen Gaughran – A Relation – Age 13 – Cow Herd
Mary Gaughran – His Mother – Age 78
Hugh Coyle – Age 26 – Linen Weaver

House Number 3
Terence Cook – Age 37 – Farmer
Judith Cook – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Edward Cook Cook – His Son – Age 12
Michael Cook – His Son – Age 10
Terence Cook – His Son – Age 8
Patrick Cook – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Cook – His Daughter – Age 6
Anne Kellery – Age 20 – House Servant
John McCabe – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 4
Phillip Cook – Age 34 – Farmer
Mary Cook – His Wife – Age 22 – Spinner
James Cook – His Son – Age 2
Ann Cook – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Mathew Gaughran – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Lynch – Age 20 – House Servant
Edward Farrelly – Age 64 – Labourer

House Number 5
Patrick Cook – Age24 – Farmer
Anne Cook – His Wife – Age 22 – Spinner
Bridget Cook – His Daughter – Age 1
Catherine McKivers – Age 23 House Servant
Patrick Gormly – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 6
Edward Cooke – Age 34 – Labourer
Mary Cooke – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
James Cooke – His Son – Age 8
Bernard Cooke – His Son – Age 2

House Number 7
Peter Boylan – Age 29 – Cow Herder and Caretaker to Peter Galligan
Catherine Boylan – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
Bridget Boylan – His Sister – Age 21 – Flax Spinner

House Number 8
John McDaniel – Age 32 – Farmer
Catherine McDaniel – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Patrick McDaniel – His Son – Age 4
James McDaniel – His Son – Age 2

No House Number 9 listed

House Number 10
Nicholas Clerken – Age 34 – Farmer
Rose Clerken – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Andrew Clerken – His Son – Age 8
Thomas Clerken – His Son – Age 5
Mary Clerken – His Daughter – Age 10
Catherine Clerken – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months

House Number 11
Thomas Clerkin – Age 36 – Farmer
James Clerkin – His Son – Age 7
Kitty Clerkin – His Daughter – Age 11
Owen Smyth – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
Daffney Carolin ? – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 12
Frances Maguire – Age 42 – Farmer
Ellinor Maguire – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Fierny – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
John Lynch – Age 14 – Srevant and Labourer
House Number 13
Mathew Maguire – Age 38 – Labourer
Bridget Maguire – His Wife – Age 12 – Spinner
Catherine Maguire – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 14
James Maguire – Age 42 – Shoemaker
Anne Maguire – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
James Maguire – His Son – Age 15 – Shoemaker
Francis Maguire – His Son – Age 9
Margaret Maguire – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Mary Maguire – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 15
Patrick Maguire – Age 74
Mary Maguire – His Wife – Age 67 – Spinner

House Number 16
Bernard Bannon – Age 31 – Shoemaker
Judith Bannon – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Mary Bannon – His Daughter – Age 5
Alice Bannon – His Daughter – Age 3
Bernard Bannon – His Father – Age 70

House Number 17
John Maguire – Age 32 – Labourer
Rose Maguire – His Sister – Age 38 – Spinner
Alice Maguire – His Sister – Age 36 – Spinner

House Number 18
John Magill – Age 48 – Farmer
Alice Magill – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
John Magill – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Henery Magill – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
William Magill – His Son – Age 10
Robert Magill – His Son – Age 8
Benjamin Magill – His Son – Age 5
Isabella Magill – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
L????y Magill – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Sally Magill – His Daughter – Age 7
Jane Magill – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Francis Corr – Age 14 – Cow Herd
*Note : L???y may be Loucy*

House Number 19
Henery Magill – Age 40 – Farmer
Mary Magill – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
William Magill – His Son – Age 5
Isabella Magill – His Daughter – Age 11
Pheby Magill – His Daughter – Age 8
Sally Magill – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months

House Number 20
James Anderson – Age 26 – Farmer
Susy Anderson – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
John Anderson – His Son – Age 3
L???y Anderson – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months
Peter Lee – Age 19 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Boylan – Age 14 – House Servant
*Note : L???y may be Loucy*

House Number 21
James Magill – Age 36 – Farmer
Susanagh Magill – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
John Magill – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
David Magill – His Son – Age 3
James Magill – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Bell Magill – His Daughter – Age 7
Feby Magill – His Daughter – Age 4
Jane Magill – His Daughter – Age 4
Rose Maguire – Age 16 – House Servant
Thomas Smyth – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer
*Note: Feby and Jane Magill are Twins.*

House Number 22
Barth Gaffney – Age 61 – Labourer
John Gaffney – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Edward Gaffney – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Michael Gaffney – His Son – Age 7

House Number 23
Connor Hart – Age 41 – Labourer
Mary Hart – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Charles Hart – His Son – Age 8
Patrick Hart – His Son – Age 4
Cathrine Hart – His Daughter – Age 11
Mary Hart – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 24
Michael Reilly – Age 46 – Farmer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
James Reilly – His Son – Age 5
Mathew Reilly – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Susanagh Reilly – His Daughter – Age 11
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 9
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7
Patrick Fearny – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
Elizabeth Smyth – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 25
Lawrence Reilly – Age 30 – Farmer
Bridget Reilly – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
Daffney Reilly – His Daughter – Age 2
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Phillip Smyth – Age 17 – Servant and Labourer
Catherine McEwan – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 26
Eliza Reilly – a widow – Age 43 – Flax Spinner

House Number 27
Patrick Cosgriff – Age 62 – Labourer
Mary Cosgriff – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner

House Number 28
Phillip McCahill – Age 16 – Farmer
Michael McCahill – His Brother – Age 11
Bridget McCahill – His Sister – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Mary Burns – His Aunt – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
John Burns – His Uncle – Age 34 – Labourer
*Note: Phillip, Michael and Bridget McCahill are Orphans.*

House Number 29
James Smyth – Age 42 – Linen Weaver
Jane Smyth – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
John Smyth – His Son – Age 8
William Smyth – His Son – Age 8
James Smyth – His Son – Age 5
David Smyth – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Ann Smyth – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 30
John Galligan – Age 34 – Labourer
Mary Galligan – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
Sally Galligan – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 31
John Magill – Age 91 – Farmer
L???y Magill – His Wife – Age 85
Patrick Reilly – Age 24 – Servant and Labourer
Margaret McEwen – Age 17 – House Servant
Bridget McEwen – Age 12 – House Servant
*Note : L???y may be Loucy*
Townland of Togher
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Hugh Reilly – Age 56 – Farmer
Luke Reilly – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – in law – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Edward Reilly – His Grandson – Age 2
Anne Reilly – His Grandaughter – Age is under one year
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age17 – Spinner

House Number 2
Anne Nevel – a widow – Age 37 – Spinner
Martha Nevel – Her Sister – Age 34 – Spinner

House Number 3
Peter Reilly – Age 40 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
Hugh Reilly – His Son – Age 12
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 7
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 4
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 4
Luke Reilly – Age 60 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 57 – Spinner
Mary Delaney – A Rlation – Age 6

House Number 5
James Bennett – Age32 – Farmer
Hugh Bennett – His Brother – Age 29 – Labourer

House Number 6
Barth Lee – Age 31 – Labourer
Daffney Lee – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner

House Number 7
John McCleland – Age 63 – Labourer
Thomas McCleland – His Son – Age 34 – Labourer
Anne McCleland – His Daughter – in law – Age 37 – Spinner
John McCleland – His Grandson – Age 10
Anne McCleland – His Grandaughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Mary McCleland – His Grandaughter – Age 8
Catherine McCleland – His Grandaughter – Age 5
Bridget McCleland – His Grandaughter – Age 3
Margaret McCleland – His Grandaughter – Age 1

House Number 8
Charles Cane – Age 36 – Labourer
Margaret Cane – His Wife – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
Edward Cane – His Son – Age 11
Terence Cane – His Son – Age 9
Phillip Cane – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Catherine Cane – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Anne Cane – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 9 is uninhabited

House Number 10
David Magill – Age 22 – Farmer
Mary Magill – His Wife – Age 21 – Spinner
John Magill – His Son – Age is under one year
Ann Magill – His Daughter – Age 2
Thomas Reilly – Age 16 – Servanyt and Labourer

House Number 11
Charles Spinks – Age 73 – Farmer
Jane Spinks – His Wife – Age 71
Charles Spinks – His Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Ellenor Spinks – His Daughter – Age 32 – Spinner
Isabella Spinks – His Grandaughter – Age 7
Jane Maguire – His Grandaughter – Age 2
Catherine Mear_? – Age 62
James Martin – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
James Reed – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Heary Or Heany – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 12
Patrick Heary – Age 52 – Labourer
Margaret Heary – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
John Heary – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Patrick Heary – His Son – Age 1
Bridget Heary – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Sally Heary – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 13
Mathew McSherry – Age 48 – Tailor
Bridget McSherry – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Patrick McSherry – His Son – Age 2

House Number 14
Jane Reilly – Age 36 – Spinner
Phillip Reilly – Her Son – Age 5

House Number 15
Michael Farrelly – Age 41 – Farmer
Anne Farrelly – His Wife – Age 34 – Flax Spinner
Charles Farrelly – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mary Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Anne Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Catherine Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Margaret Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 16
Thomas Murphy – Age 32 – Farmer and Weaver
Anne Murphy – His Wife – Age 29 – Flax Spinner
Owen Murphy – His Son – Age 5
John Murphy – His Son – Age 3
William Murphy – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Murphy – His Daughter – Age 8
Rose Murphy – His Daughter – Age 6
Thomas Lee – Age 13 – Cow Herd

House Number 17
William Murphy – Age 56 – Framer
Mary Murphy – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
Ally Lee – Age 24 – House Servant

House Number 18
Owen Mohan – Age 53 – Farmer and Blacksmith
Bridget Mohan – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Thomas Mohan – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
James Mohan – His Son – Age 10
Patrick Mohan – His Son – Age 5
Rose Mohan – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Mohan – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Eliza Mohan – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 19
Michael Mohan – Age 27 – Farmer
Mary Mohan – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
Mary Mohan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 20
Andrew Galligan – Age 40 – Labourer
Margaret Galligan – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Andrew Galligan – His Son – Age 11
Bernard Galligan – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Catherine Galligan – His Daughter – Age 6
Margaret Galligan – His Daughter – Age 4
House Number 21
Mathew Maguire – Age 66 – Farmer
Jane Maguire – His Daughter – Age 40 – Spinner
Richard Spinks – Age 11
Eliza Smyth – Age 17 – House Servant
Peter Maguire – Age 28 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 22
Luke Boyle – Age 27 – Lbaourer
Mary Boyle – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
Michael Boyle – His Son – Age 1

House Number 23
Mathew Spinks – Age 33 – Farmer and Shoemaker
Mary Spinks – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
James Gaffney – Age 13 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 24
William Spinks – Age 48 – Farmer
Eliza Spinks – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
William Spinks – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Christopher Spinks – His Son – Age 13
Nugent Spinks – His Son – Age 11
Joseph Spinks – His Son – Age 8
Mary Anne Spinks – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Eliza Spinks – His Daughter – Age 10
Patrick Mohan – Age 28 – Servant and Labourer
Jane Heslip – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 25
Rose Gaffney – Age 54 – Spinner
Phillip Gaffney – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Bryan Gaffney – Her Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Patrick Gaffney – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Catherine Gaffney – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Judith Gaffney – Her Daughter – Age 12

House Number 26
Robert Watson – Age 32 – Farmer
Mary Watson – His Wife – Age 29 – Spinner
Joseph Watson – His Son – Age 56
William Watson – His Son – Age 2 years and six months
Joseph Bohannen – Age 61 – Lodger
Eliza Bohannen – His Wife – Age 31 – Lodger

House Number 27
James McCabe – Age 32 – Lbaourer
Mary McCabe – His Wife – Age 29 – Spinner
Owen McCabe – His Son – Age 11
Thomas McCabe – His Son – Age 4

House Number 28
Terence Brady – Age 48 – Farmer
Mary Brady – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Margaret Brady – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Mary Brady – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Bridget Brady His Daughter – Age 11
Judith Brady – His Daughter – Age 5
Thomas Gaffney – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 30
James Galligaan – Age 36 – Lbaourer
Catherine Galligan – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Patrick Galligan – His Son – Age 5
Margaret Galligan – His Daughter – Age 3
Bridget Galligan – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 31
Thomas Dungan – Age 45 – Farmer
Bridget Dungan – His Wife – Age 42 – Spinner
Thomas Dungan -His Son – Age 11
Bridget Dungan – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Anne Dungan – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Rose Dungan – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Judith Dungan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Lucy Smith – A Relation – Age 14 – Flax Spinner

House Number 32
Bernard McKinnon – Age 38 – Framer
Mary McKinnon – Age – 32 – Spinner
Thomas McKinnon – His Son – Age 6
Rose McKinnon – His Daughter – Age 4
John McKinnon – His Son – Age 1
John McKinnon – His Brother – Age 32 – Labourer
Ann Bohannan – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 33
Thomas Malcomson – Age 63 – Framer
Catherine Malcomson – His Wife – Age 55 – Spinner
John Malcomson – His Son – Age 27 – Labourer
James Malcomson – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Eliza Malcomson – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Margaret Malcomson – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner

Margaret Grear – A Relation – Age 11
Thomas Power – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 34
John Hughes – Age 53 – Labourer
Anne Hughes – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Sally Hughes – His Daughter – Age 11
Catherine Hughes – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 35
Christopher Malcomson – Age 55 – Farmer
Lucy Malcomson – His Wife – Age 47 – Spinner
William Malcomson – His Son – Age 9
Catherine Malcomson – His Daughter – Age 11
Mathew Smyth – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer
Judith Charleton – Age 19 – House Servant
Mary Spinks – A Relation – Age 32 – Spinner
Ellenor Spinks – Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Lucy Spinks – Daughter – Age 8
Jane Spinks – Daughter – Age 4

House Number 36
Michael Grey – Age 53 – Farmer
Bridget Grey – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Henry Grey – His Son – Age 14 – Lbaourer
Michael Grey – His Son – Age 12
John Grey – His Son – Age 10
Mary Grey – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 37
Rose Read – a widow – Age 50 – Farmer
John Read – Her Son – Age 10
Terence Read – Her Son – Age 7
Mary Read – Her Daughter – Age 2 years and six months

House Number 38
Michael McKeon – Age 41 – Labourer
Mary McKeon – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Owen McKeon – His Son – Age 8
Hugh McKeon – His Son – Age 3
Ellinor McKeon – His Daughter – Age 10

House Number 39
Thomas Boyle – Age 46 – Labourer
Anne Boyle – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Patrick Boyle – His Son- Age 11
Thomas Boyle – His Son – Age 2
Ellinor Boyle – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 40
Luke Boyle – Age 31 – Labourer
Mary Boyle – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Michael Boyle – His Son – Age 1

House Number 41
Michael Reilly – Age 56 – Pensioner
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 27 – Flax Spinner
*Note: A School is kept on this Townland by Owen Smyth, consisting of 69
Boys and 27 Girls.*

Townland of Rassan
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
Unless otherwise stated all houses are one Storey high.

House Number 1
Bernard Brady – Age 56 – Farmer
Margaret Brady – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Bridget Brady – His Daughter – Age 10
Margaret Brady – His Daughter – Age 8
Judith Brady – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Brady – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne Brady – His Daughter – Age 2
Judith Brady – Age 25 – House Servant
Rose Brady – Age 24 – House Servant
Thomas Spinks – Age 24 – House Servant
James Bannon – Age 12 – Cowboy
Margaret McEntire – A Relative – Age 48

House Number 2
Catherine Smyth – a widow – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
Mathew Smyth – Her Son – Age 8

House Number 3
Phillip Lynch – Age 52 – Farmer
Rose Lynch – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Owen Lynch – His Son – Age 30 – Farmer
Judith Lynch – A Relation – Age 24 – Spinner

House Number 4
John Maguire – Age 37 – Farmer
Rose Maguire – His Wife – Age 32
Phillip Maguire – His Son – Age 6
Margaret Maguire – His Daughter – Age 8
Rose Maguire – His Daughter – Age 2
Mary Maguire – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 5
Thomas Lynch – Age 36 – Linen Weaver
Bridget Lynch – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 3
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 1

House Number 6
Patrick Lynch – Age 38 – Farmer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
John Lynch – His Son – Age 18
James Lynch – His Son – Age 2
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age is under one year
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 8
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 6
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 7
Michael Lynch – Age 43 – Farmer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
John Lynch – His Son – Age 8
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 6
Phillip Lynch – His Son – Age 4
Rose Lynch – His Daughter – Age 2
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 8
Peter Lynch – Age 46 – Linen Weaver
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
John Lynch – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Mathew Lynch – His Son – Age 5
Thomas Lynch – His Son – Age 2
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner

House Number 9
Patrick Lynch – Age 42 – Farmer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 39 – Spinner
Thomas Lynch – His Son – Age 17 – Lbaourer
Phillip Lynch – His Son – Age 5
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 2
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Judith Lynch – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 10
Patrick Monahan – Age 47 – Labourer
Mary Monahan – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Bridget Monahan – His Daughter – Age 8
Judith Monahan – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 11
Hugh Reilly – Age 54 – Framer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 41 – Spinner
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Terence Reilly – His Son – Age 7
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 6
Edward Reilly – His Son – Age 3
Mathew Reilly – His Son – Age 1
Margaret Boylan – Age 28 – House Servant

House Number 12
John Reilly – Age 44 – Farmer
Rose Reilly – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Pemberton Reilly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4
Rose Relly – His Daughter – Age 2
Mary Lynch – Age 18 – House Servant
Michael Smyth – Age 12 – Cow Boy

House Number 13
Thomas Reilly – Age 78 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 62 – Flax Spinner
James Reilly – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Miles Reilly – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mary McEvoy – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 14
Charles Reilly – Age 33 – Farmer
Anne Reilly – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 10
Michael Reilly – His Son – Age is under one year
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Merrity – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 15
John Kiney – Age 56 – Farmer
Ellinor Kiney – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
James Kiney – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mathew Kiney – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
John Kiney – His Son – Age 10
Patrick Kiney – His Son – Age 6
Andrew Kiney – His Son – Age is under one year
Anne Kiney – His Daughter – Age 8
Eliza Kiney – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 16
Michael Spinks – Age 58 – Miller
Mary Spinks – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
Ally Spinks – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Mary Spinks – His Mother – Age 84
John Magaugh – A Relation – Age 8
House Number 17
Anne Dignan – a widow – Age 57 – Farmer
Peyter Dignan – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Francis Dignan – Her Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Andrew Dignan – Her Son – Age 20 – Lbaourer
Anne Dignan – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
House Number 18
Patrick Magauhran – Age 42 – Farmer
Daffney Magauhran – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Patrick Magauhran – His Son – Age 5
Mary Magauhran – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Kitty Magauhran – His Daughter – Age 11
Bridget Magauhran – His Daughter – Age 9
Margaret Magauhran – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 19 is uninhabited

House Number 20
Bernard Callaghan – Age 45 – Labourer
Mary Callaghan – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Patrick Callaghan – His Son – Age 10
Mary Callaghan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Bridget Callaghan – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 21
Rose McEnteer – a widow – Age 42 – Framer
James McEnteer – Her Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Peter McEnteer – Her Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Catherine McEnteer – Her Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Rose McEnteer – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner

House Number 22
Bernard McEnteer – Age 44 – Farmer
Anne McEnteer – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Mary McEnteer – His Daughter – Age 10
Bridget McEnteer – His Daughter – Age 8
Anne McEnteer – His Daughter – Age 4
Bridget Lynch – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 23
Mary McEnteer – a widow – Age 64 – Farmer
John McEnteer – Her Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Charles Lynch – A Relation – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 24
James Caughran – Age 43 – Farmer
Catherine Caughran – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Phillip Caughran – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
James Caughran – His Son – Age 5
Mary Caughran – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Anne Caughran – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Caughran – His Daughter – Age 9
Bridget Caughran – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 25
Peter Magaghran – Age 35 – Farmer
Margaret Magaghran – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Catherine Magaghran – His Daughter – Age 8
Eliza Magaghran – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 26
Peter McEwen – Age 57 – Linen Weaver
Ellenor McEwen – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
Mary McEwen – His Daughter – Age 7
Bridget McEwen – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 27
Edward Callaghan – Age 35 – Farmer and Weaver
Mary Callaghan – His Wife- Age 33 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Callaghan – His Son – Age 7
Bernard Callaghan – His Son – Age 2
Pemberton Callaghan – His Daughter – Age 9
Catherine Callaghan – His Daughter – Age 5
Anne Callaghan – His Daughter – Age 3 years and six months
Mary Callaghan – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 28
John Lynch – Age 30 – Labourer
Judith Lynch – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 5
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 29
Thomas Dignan – Age 68 – Farmer
Rose Dignan – His Wife – Age 62 – Spinner
Barth Dignan – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Thomas Dignan – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Margaret Dignan – His Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner

House Number 30
William Douglas – Age 67 – Kiln Man
Eliza Douglas – His Wife – Age 58 – Spinner
Eliza Douglas – A Relation – Age 30 – Spinner
James Douglas – His Son – Age 5
Thomas Douglas – His Son – Age 2

House Number 31
John McEvoy – Age 43 – Farmer
Mary McEvoy – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
William McEvoy – His Son – Age 10
John McEvoy – His Son – Age 4
Patrick McEvoy – His Son – Age 2 years and six months
Francis McEvoy – His Son – Age 19
Bridget McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 8
Judith – McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 5
Henery McEvoy – Age 20 – Servant and Labourer
Judith McEnteer – Age 21 – House Servant
Rose Colwick – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 32
James McEvoy – Age 56 – Framer
Rose McEvoy – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Mathew McEvoy – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Bernard McEvoy – His Son – Age 8
Bridget McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
James McEvoy – Age 23 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Connaty – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 33
Michael McEvoy – Age 68 – Framer
Rose McEvoy – His Wife – Age 57 – Flax Spinner
Mathew McEvoy – His Son – Age 28 – Labourer
Phillip McEvoy – His Son – Age 26 – School Master
John McEvoy – His Son – Age 24 – Linen Weaver
Michael McEvoy – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Judith Boylan – Age 20 – House Servant
Edward McCabe – Age 14 – Cow Boy

House Number 34
John Brady – Age 38 – Farmer
Anne Brady – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Terence Brady – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Brady – His Daughter – Age 8
Bridget Brady – His Daughter – Age 5
Judith Brady – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 35
Patrick McEnteer – Age 34 – Farmer
John McEnteer – His Son – Age 2
Thomas Briody – Age 33 – Labourer and Lodger
Rose Briody – Age 28 – Spinner and Lodger
Townland of Killytogher
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
Unless otherwise stated all houses are one Storey high.

House Number 1
Catherine McEvoy – a widow – Age 56 – Farmer
Patrick McEvoy – Her Son – Age 30 – Linen Weaver
Thomas McEvoy – Her Son – Age 28 – Linen Weaver
Luke McEvoy – Her Son – Age 26 – Linen Weaver
Lawrence McEvoy – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer and Weaver
Edward McEvoy – Her Son – Age 13 – Cow Herd
Bernard McEvoy – Her Son – Age 11
Mary McEvoy – Her Daughter – Age32 – Flax Spinner
Rose McEvoy – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 2
James Farrell – Age 52 – Labourer
Mary Farrell – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Thomas Farrell – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Michael Farrell – His Son – Age 7
James Farrell – His Son – Age 4
Phillip Farrell – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Farrell – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Bridget Farrell – His Daughter – Age 10
Margaret Farrell – His Daughter – Age 5 years and six months

House Number 3
Thomas Smyth – Age 57 – Farmer
Mark Smyth – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer

House Number 4
Phillip Little – Age 33 – Farmer
Rose Little – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
James Little – His Son – Age 7
John Little – His Son – Age 1
Mary Little – His Daughter – Age 9
Anne Little – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Little – His Daughter – Age 4
Michael Fitzsimmons – Age 46 – Servant and Labourer
Peter Reily – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 5
Patrick Little – Age 68 – Farmer
Judith Little – His Wife – Age 62 – Spinner
James Little – His Son – Age 36 – Rustler

House Number 6
Henery Boylan – Age 48 – Farmer
Margaret Boylan – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Phillip Boylan – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Mary Boylan – His Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Rose Boylan – His Daughter – Age 22 – Spinner
Bridget Boylan – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Margaret Boylan – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner

House Number 7
Margaret Cahill – a widow – Age 52 – Farmer
James Cahill – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Bernard Cahill – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Terence Cahill – Her Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Rose Cahill – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Cahill – Her Daughter – Age 11

House Number 8
Eliza Reilly – a widow – Age 48 – Farmer
John Reilly – Her Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Thomas Reilly – Her Son – Age 17 – Labourer
James Reilly – Her Son – Age 13
Mary Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
Margaret Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Eliza Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner

House Number 9
Hugh Lynch – Age 48 – Farmer
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Connor Lynch- His Son – Age 6
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 10
Thomas Kellery – Age 53 – Farmer
Ellenor Kellery – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Michael Kellery – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Hugh Kellery – His Son – Age 9
James Kellery – His Son – Age 7
Thomas Kellery – His Son – Age 5
Patrick Kellery – His Son – Age 3
Anne Kellery – His Daughter – Age 11

House Number 11
Simon Mallone -Age 56 – Farmer
Laurence Mallone – His Son – Age 30 – Cooper
James Mallone – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
John McMahon – A Relation – Age 12 – Labourer

House Number 12
Anne Sorahan – a widow – Age 32 – Spinner
Bridget Sorahan – Her Daughter – Age 9
Anne Sorahan – Her Daughter – Age 7
Mary Sorahan – Her Daughter – Age 5

House Number 13
Phillip Reilly – Age 56 – Farmer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
John Reilly – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Phillip Reilly – His Son – Age 3
Hugh Reilly – His Son – Age 5
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner

House Number 14
Patrick Reilly – Age 53 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 9
John Reilly – His Son – Age 6

House Number 15
Rose ??mtray – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
George ??mtray – Her Son – Age 6

House Number 16
James Reilly – Age 31 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
John Reilly – His Son – Age is under one year
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 2
Hugh Reilly – Age 24 – Servant and Labourer
Thomas Kellery – Age 26 – House Servant

House Number 17
Bernard McEwen – Age 38 – Farmer
Bridget McEwen – His Wife – Age 45 – Spinner

Bernard McEwen – His Son – Age 9
Rose McEwen – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner

House Number 18
Phillip Smyth – Age 53 – Farmer
Rose Smyth – His Wife – Age 44 – Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Bernard Smyth – His Son – Age 10
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 19
Phillip Smyth – Age 28 – Farmer and Weaver
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
Anne Smyth – His Daughter – Age is under one year
James Smyth – His Brother – Age 10
Rose Smyth – His Sister – Age 19 – Spinner
William Dowd – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 20
Ally Cummusky – a widow – Age 63 – Spinner
John Cummusky – Her Son – Age 36 – Labourer

House Number 21
Francis Finnery – Age 62 – Farmer
Phillip Finnery – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
James Finnery – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Mary Finnery – His Daughter – Age 26 – Spinner
Phillip Brady – A Relation – Age 9

House Number 22
Edward Smyth – Age 33 – Farmer and Weaver
Margaret Smyth – His Wife – Age 26 – House Servant

House Number 23
Owen Mullligan – Age 54 – Farmer
Eliza Mulligan – His Wife – Age 48 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Mulligan – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Bridget Mulligan – His Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
Ellinor Mulligan – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner

House Number 24
Andrew Mulligan – Age 46 – Tailor
Patrick Mulligan – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer and Tailor
John Mulligan – His Son – Age 10
Bridget Mulligan – His Daughter – Age 12
Eliza Mulligan – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 25
Margaret Mulligan – Age 32 – Spinner
John Mulligan – Her Son – Age11
Owen Mulligan – Her Son – Age 7
Bridget Mulligan – Her Daughter – Age 9
Margaret Mulligan – Her Daughter – Age 5
Susanagh Lee – A Lodger – Age 48 – Flax Spinner
Mary Lee – A Lodger – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
James Lee – A Lodger – Age 9
Judith Lee – A Lodger – Age 7

Townland of Kilderry
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Bernard Reilly – Age 33 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Margaret Reilly – His Mother – Age 60
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 6
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 4
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 2
John Reilly – Age 63 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 57 – Flax Spinner
Peter Reilly – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
James Reilly – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Terence Reilly – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 3
John McCahill – Age 53 – Farmer
James McCahill – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Patrick McCahill – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Owen McCahill – His Son – Age 6
Anne McCahill – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 4
Peter Cooke – Age 45 – Farmer
Mary Cooke – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
John Cooke – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Thomas Cooke – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Edward Cooke – His Son – Age 6
Peter Cooke – His Son – Age 4
Charles Cooke – His Son – Age 1
Margarett Cooke – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
John McEvoy – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
James Halligan – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Dolan – Age 18 – House Servant
Margaret Tierny – Age 20 – House Servant
*Note: Peter Cooke also holds land ih the Townland of Curbagh.*
Townland of Crosserlough Church
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
James Smith – Age 32 – Farmer and Weaver
Elleanor Smyth – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 6
Anne Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2
Judith Smyth – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 2
Michael Smyth – Age 34 – Farmer and Surveyor
Catherine Smyth – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 4
Owen Smyth – His Son – Age 2
Owen McDonald – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Margaret Smyth – Age 14 – House Servant

House Number 3
James Smyth – Age 75
Bridget McDaniel – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 4
Patrick Smyth – Age 40 – Farmer
Catherine Smyth – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 9
Michael Smyth – His Son – Age 1
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Smyth – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2
Michael Smyth – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Catherine Smyth – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 5
Michael Lynch – Age 30 – Farmer
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
James Lynch – His Son – Age 4
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 3
Mary Daly – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 6
Philip Donaugho – Age 32 – Linen Weaver
Mary Donaugho – His Wife – Age 29 – Flax Spinner
Mary Donaugho – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Donaugho – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 7
Catherine Bird – a widow – Age 43 – Farmer
Charles Bird – Her Son – Age 10
Patrick Bird – Her Son – Age 5
Mary Bird – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Anne Bird – Her Daughter – Age 11
Margaret Bird – Her Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
James Magauran – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Phillip Callivan ? – Age 20 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 8
Michael Gaffney – Age 27 – Labourer
Mary Gaffney – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Phillip Gaffney – His Son – Age 3
Bridget Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 1
Catherine Gaffney – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 9
Phillip Cooney – Age 52 – Farmer
Daffney Cooney – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
John Cooney – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mathew Cooney – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Robert Cooney – His Son – Age 10
Bridget Cooney – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 10
Bernard Donaugho – Age 44 – Farmer
Ellenor Donaugho – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Thomas Donaugho – His Son – Age 11
Michael Donaugho – His Son – Age 10
Patrick Donaugho – His Son – Age 9
James Donaugho – His Son – Age 2
Anne Donaugho – His Daughter – Age 7
Bridget Donaugho – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 11
John Geragh – Age 54 – Farmer and Weaver
Ann Geragh – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Laurence Geragh – His Son – Age 23 – Linen Weaver
Hugh Geragh – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Barth Geragh – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mathew Geragh – His Son – Age 12
Francis Geragh – His Son – Age 10
John Geragh – His Son – Age 3
Bridget Geragh – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Mary Geragh – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Anne Geragh – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Geragh – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 12
Peter Cooney – Age 50 – Pensioner
Mary Cooney – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
John Cooney – His Son – Age 12
Patrick Cooney – His Son – Age 4
Catherine Cooney – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 13
Owen Caffray – Age 60 – Farmer and Shoemaker
Anne Caffray – His Wife – Age 56 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Caffray – His Son – Age 34 – Shoemaker
Charles Caffray – His Son – Age 30 – Shoemaker
Mary Caffray – His Daughter – Age 32 – Spinner
Owen Caffray – A relation – Age 7

House Number 14
Phillip Caffray – Age 35 – Shoemaker
Margaret Caffray – His Wife – Age 21 – Flax Spinner
Mary Caffray – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 15
John Kenny – Age 62 – Farmer
Anne Kenny – His Wife – age 45 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Kenny – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Owen Kenny – His Son – Age 15 – Lbaourer
Mary Kenny – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Ellenor Kenny – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 16
James Reily – Age 46 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 41 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
James Reilly – His Son – Age 3
Connor Reilly – His Son – Age is under one year
Rose Reilly – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age10
Bridget Reilly – A lodger – Age 5

House Number 17
Mary Smyth – a widow – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
James Smyth – Her Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Catherine Smyth – Her Daughter – age 16 – Flax Spiner
Margaret Smyth – Her Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner

House Number 18
Connor McCall – Age 34 – A Blind Man
Catherine McCall – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Hugh McCall – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Bernard Coyle – Age 37 – Lodger and Labourer
Anne Coyle – Age 33 – Lodger and Spinner
Cornelius Coyle – Age 12 – Lodger
Robert Coyle – Age 5 – Lodger
Mary Coyle – Age 3 – Lodger

House Number 19
James Gaffney – Age 39 – Farmer
Anne Gaffney – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Gaffney – His Son – Age 6
Mary Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 13
Catherine Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 8
Anne Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 4
Bridget Callowin – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 20
John Sheridan – Age 45 – Farmer
Margarett Sheridan – His Wife – Age 39 – Spinner
Thomas Sheridan – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
James Sheridan – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Patrick Sheridan – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
JohnSheridan – His Son – Age 4
Rose Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Kitty Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Margarett Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 11
*Note: A Burial ground and the Ruins of old church are on this Townland.
There is also a R.C. Church on this Townland.*

Townland of Pullara
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1

John Cosgriff – Age 61 – Farmer
Mary Cosgriff – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Peter Cosgriff – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Patrick Cosgriff – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Phillip Cosgriff – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Alice Cosgriff – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Cosgriff – His Daughter – Age 10 – Cow Herd
Mary Cosgriff – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 2
Catherine Cosgriff, a widow – Age 51 – Farmer
Patrick Cosgriff – Her Son – Age 26 – Labourer and Weaver
Margarett Cosgriff – Her Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Judith Cosgriff – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Anne Cosgriff – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Onor Cosgriff – Her Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinnert
James Boylan – Age 24 – Journeyman Weaver

House Number 3
Hugh Cosgriff – Age 35 – Farmer and Shoemaker
Judith Cosgriff – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Daniel Cosgriff – His Son – Age 10
James Cosgriff – His Son – Age 8
Thomas Cosgriff – His Son – Age 6
Mary Cosgriff – His Daughter – Age 1
Laughlin Cosgriff – His Mother – Age 82

House Number 4
James Murphy – Age 46 – Farmer
Margarett Murphy – His Wife – Age 41 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Murphy – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Phillip Murphy – His Son – Age 3
Michael Murphy – His Son – Age 1
Bridget Murphy – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Mary Murphy – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Elleanor Murphy – His Daughter – Age 10
Catherine Murphy – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 5
Terence Boylan – Age 31 – Farmer
Mary Boylan – His Wife – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
Mary Boylan – His Daughter – Age 1
Nicholas Gaffney – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Gaffney – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 6
Mary Lynch – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Kenny – Her Stepson – Age 18 – Labourer
Kitty Kenny – Her Stepdaughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Kenny – Age 65 – Spinner and Lodger

House Number 7
Patrick Baylan – Age 41 – Farmer
Mary Baylan – His Wife – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Mary Baylan – His Daughter – Age 8
Rose Baylan – His Daughter – Age 6
Kitty Baylan – His Daughter – Age 4
Catherine Cahey – Age 17 – House Servant
James Cronan – Age 19 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 8
James Sheridan – Age 51 – Labourer
Anne Sheridan – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Sheridan – His Son – Age 12
James Sheridan – His Son – Age 8
William Sheridan – His Son – Age 6
Frances Sheridan – His Son – Age 4
Edward Sheridan – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Catherine Sherdian – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
Thomas Fitzpatrick – Age 45 – Labourer
Margaret Fitzpatrick – His Wife – Age 33 – Flax Spinner
Anne Fitzpatrick – His Daughter – Age 7
Mary Fitzpatrick – His Daughter – Age 4
Margaret Fitzpatrick – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months
Francis Fraine? – Age 36 – Lodger and Labourer

House Number 10
Samuel McFadden – Age 42 – Linen Weaver
Margaret McFadden – His Wife – Age 34 – Flax Spinner
Charles McFadden – His Son – Age 8
Hugh McFadden – His Son – Age 6
Patrick McFadden – His Son – Age 4

House Number 11
Patrick Smyth – Age 51 – Labourer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Michael Smyth – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Andrew Smyth – His Son – Age 12
Parry ? Smyth – His Son – Age 7
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 10
Susanagh Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2
Mary Smyth – Age 36 – Lodger and Spinner

House Number 12
Benjamin Stafford – Age 49 – Farmer
Elleanor Stafford – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Stafford – His Daughter – Age 17
Judith Stafford – His Daughter – Age 15
John Stafford – His Daughter – Age 7
William Stafford – His Son – Age 5

House Number 13
John Stafford – Age 56 – Farmer
Elleanor Stafford – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
John Stafford – His Son – Age 31 – Labourer
Thomas Stafford – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Elleanor Stafford – His Grandchild – Age 7
Patrick Bridody – Age 25 – Servant and Labourer
Anne Owens – Age 22 – House Servant

House Number 14
Barth Flannigan – Age 61 – Flax Dresser
Mary Flannigan – His Wife – Age 58 – Flax Spinner
Anne Flannigan – His Daughter – Age 27 – Flax Spinner
Mary Flannigan – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner

House Number 15
James Stafford – Age 51 – Farmer and Weaver
Margarett Stafford – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
John Stafford – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
James Stafford – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
George Stafford – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Benjamin Stafford – His Son – Age 6
Henery Stafford – His Son – Age 3
Mary Stafford – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Jane Stafford – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 16
William Stafford – Age 53 – Farmer
Catherine Stafford – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
John Stafford – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Ellen Stafford – His Daughter – Age 12
Martha Stafford – His Daughter – Age 11
Lucy Stafford – His Daughter – Age 9
Jane Stafford – His Daughter – Age 5
Harriett Stafford – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 17
James Bashfield – Age 56 – Labourer
Mary Bashfield – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

Townland of Mullycastle
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Michael Galligan – Age 71 – Farmer
Mary Galligan – His Wife – Age 69 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Galligan – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer and Weaver
Bridget Galligan – His Daughter – Age 10 – Flax Spinner
Henry Galligan – His Son – Age 50 – Weaver

House Number 2
Owen Galligan – Age 31 – Farmer and Blacksmith
Mary Galligan – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
Thomas Galligan – His Son – Age 3 years and six months
Mary Galligan – His Daughter – Age 2
John Murray – Age 19 – Blacksmith

House Number 3
Barth Galligan – Age 56 – Farmer
Anne Galligan – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
James Galligan – His Son – Age 25 – Linen Weaver
Michael Galligan – His Son – Age 23 – Linen Weaver
Peter Galligan – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Catherine Galligan – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Anne Galligan – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

Margarett Galligan – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
John Reilly – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 4
Mathew Baylan – Age 56 – Farmer
Catherine Baylan – His Wife – Age 49 – Flax Spinner
John Baylan – His Son – Age 24 – Linen Weaver
Phillip Baylan – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Peter Baylan – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Mary Baylan – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Margarett Baylan – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Anne Galligan – Age 24 – House Servant

House Number 5
Ternce Boylan – Age 24 – Farmer and Weaver
Catherine Boylan – His Wife – Age 22 – Flax Spinner

House Number 6
Terence Sheridan – Age 26 – Farmer and Weaver
Rose Sheridan – His Wife – Age 21 – Flax Spinner
Ellen Murphy – His Niece – Age 13
Anne Sheridan – His Niece – Age 6

House Number 7
Patrick Farrell – Age 41 – Labourer and Weaver
Margarett Farrell – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Michael Cosgriff – Age 19 – Linen Weaver

House Number 8
Margarett McCabe – a widow – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
Robert McCabe – Her Son – Age 12
Catherine McCabe – Her Daughter – Age 6

House Number 9
Barth Smyth – Age 31 – Labourer
Judith Smyth – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Mary Smyth – Age 60 – Lodger and Flax Spinner

House Number 10
Michael Murphy – Age 62 – Farmer
Mary Murphy – His Wife – Age 56 – Flax Spinner
James Murphy – His Son – Age 21 – Linen Weaver
Owen Murphy – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Mary Murphy – His Daughter – Age 23 – Flax Spinner
Rose Murphy – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
James Galligan – Age 26 – Servant and Labourer
Judith Coyle – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 11
David Flood – Age 60 – Farmer
Margaret Flood – His Second Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
Peter Flood – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
James Flood – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Barth Flood – His Son – Age 2
Bridget Flood – His Daughter – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
Mary Flood – His Daughter – Age 6
Ally Flood – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 13
Thomas Flood – Age 43 – Farmer
Bridget Flood – His Wife – Age 41 – Flax Spinner
John Flood – His Son – Age 10
Thomas Flood – His Son – Age 2
Mary Flood – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Margarett Flood – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Flood – His Daughter – Age 7
Thomas Mohan – Age 12 – Cow Boy

House Number 14
Patrick Flood – Age 45 – Labourer
Mary Flood – His Wife – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
John Flood – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Catherine Flood – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Bridget Flood – His Daughter – Age 8
Mary Flood – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 15
Michael Flood – Age 35 – Labourer
Margarett Flood – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
Patrick Flood – His Son – Age 10
Thomas Flood – His Son – Age 6
Michael Flood – His Son – Age 2
Elleanor Flood – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Catherine Flood – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Mary Flood – His Daughter – Age 8
Bridget Flood – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 16
Patrick Flood – Age 34 – Labourer
Mary Flood – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Owen Flood – His Son – Age 8
Bernard Flood – His Son – Age 6
David Flood – His Son -Age 4
Rose Flood – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 17
Michael Callan – Age 53 – Farmer
Catherine Callan – His Wife – Age 51 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Callan – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Michael Callan – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Phillip Callan – His Son – Age 10
John Callan – His Son – Age 8
Molly Callan – His Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Rose Callan – His Daughter – Age 20
Anne Callan – His Daughter – Age 12
Bridget Callan – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 18
James Cusack – Age 31 – Farmer
Elleanor Cusack – His Wife – Age 25 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Cusack – His Son – Age 4
Bridget Cusack – His Daughter – Age 1
Michael Smyth – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
Judith Daly – Age 23 – House Servant

House Number 19
John Reilly – Age 26 – Farmer
Margarett Reilly – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
John Reilly – His Son – Age 2

House Number 20
Thomas Reilly – Age 35 – Labourer
Ellenor Reilly – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7
Margarett Reilly – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 21
Bernard Reilly – Age 31 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 29 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 9
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7
Rose Reilly – His Daughter – Age 5
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 22
Philip Reilly – Age 61 – Farmer
Bridget Reilly – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Phillip Reilly – His Son – Age 24 – Linen Weaver
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 22 – Flax Spinner

House Number 23
Hugh Reilly – Age 32 – Farmer
John Reilly – His Brother – Age 28 – Farmer
Peter Cooke – His Nephew – Age 4
Mary Reilly – His Mother – Age 71 – Spinner
Catherine Reilly – His Sister – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
James McEvoy – Age 14 – Cow Boy

House Number 24
Patrick Reilly – Age 34 – Farmer
Christian Reilly – His Wife – Age 29 – Flax Spinner
Owen Reilly – His Son – Age 10
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Rose Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4
Christian Reilly – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 25
Martin Masterson – Age 60 – Labourer
Mary Masterson – His Wife – Age 61 – Flax Spinner

House Number 26
Francis Masterson – Age 30 – Linen Weaver
Bridget Masterson – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Martin Masterson – His Son – Age 3
Ellen Masterson – His Daughter – Age 1

Townland of Killnacrott
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
James Brady – Age 80 – Farmer
Catherine Brady – His Wife – Age 78
John Brady – His Son – Age 34 – Labourer
Andrew Brady – His Son – Age 30 – Labourer
Rose Reilly Simmons – A Relation – Age 8
Mary Clerkin – Age 25 – House Servant

House Number 2
Thomas Brady – Age 36 – Farmer
Judith Brady – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Christopher Brady – His Son – Age 7
Anne Nugent – Age 13 – House Servant

House Number 3
Charles Brady – Age 45 – Farmer
Anne Brady – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Stephen Brady – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Thomas Brady – His Son – Age 8
Catherine Brady – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Mary Brady – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Ellinor Brady – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner

House Number 4
Henery Lynch – Age 35 – Farmer
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 3
Thomas Lynch – His Son – Age 1
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Ellenor Lynch – His Daughter – Age 10
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 8
Mary Maguire – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 5
Edward Lynch – Age 37 – Farmer
Judoith Lynch – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
James Lynch – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Thomas Lynch – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Bernard Lynch – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 11
John Lynch – His Son – Age 9
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 7
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 6
James Hack – Age 30 – Labourer

House Number 7
Darby Murray – Age 40 – Gardener to Mrs Reilly
Catherine Murray – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
John Murray – His Son – Age is under one year
Eliza Murray – His Daughter – Age 2
Thomas Owens – Age 32 – Servant and Labourer

Townland of Corglass
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Thomas Reilly – Age 32 – Farmer
Christopher Reilly – His Brother – Age 30 – Labourer
Rose Reilly – His Sister – Age 28 – Spinner
Catherine Reilly – A relation – Age 2 years and six months

House Number 2
Rose Reilly – a widow – Age 53 – Farmer
John Reilly – Her Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Anne Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 25 – Spinner
Rose Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
Mary Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Catherine Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Bridget Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner
Thomas Gibny – Age 24 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 3
Phillip McDaniel – Age 56 – Farmer
Anne McDaniel – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Patrick McDaniel – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Barth McDaniel – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Charles McDaniel – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Edward McDaniel – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Owen McDaniel – His Son – Age 9
Bernard McDaniel – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Catherine McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Anne McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 11 – Spinner
Margaret McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 4
Mary Jones – a widow – Age 53 – Farmer
Charles Jones – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer
John Jones – Her Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Patrick Jones – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
James Jones – Her Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mary Jones – Her Daughter – Age 26 – Spinner
Ann Jones – Her Daughter – Age 10

House Number 5
Lawrence Reilly – Age 38 – Farmer
Anor Reilly – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellenor Walsh – Age 22 – House Servant

Townland of Derrylahan
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
John Dolan – Age 54 – Labourer and Herder to William Law
Catherine Dolan – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
James Dolan – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Patrick Dolan – His Son – Age 2
Thomas Dolan – His Son – Age is under one year
Anne Dolan – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Mary Dolan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Bridget Dolan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 2
John Merity – Age 29 – Labourer
Jane Merity – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Michael Merity – His Son – Age 4
Peter Merity – His Son – Age 2

House Number 3 is uninhabited

House Number 4
Robert Magill – Age 53 – Farmer
Frances Magill – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
John Magill – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Jane Magill – His Daughter – Age 24 – Spinner
Mary Magill – His Daughter – Age 22 – Spinner
Fanny Magill – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Susanagh Magill – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Sally Magill – His Daughter – Age 10
Judith Magill – His Daughter – Age 8
Pheby Magill – His Daughter – Age 6
Easter Magill – His Daughter – Age 4
Lacey Magill – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 5
William Magill – Age 48 – Farmer
Susanagh Magill – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
John Magill – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Robert Magill – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Henery Magill – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
William Magill – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
James Magill – His Son – Age 10
David Magill – His Son – Age 8
Benjamin Magill – His Son – Age 6
Joseph Magill – His Son – Age 4
Samuel Magill – His Son – Age 2
Jane Magill – His Daughter – Age 22 – Spinner
Bell Magill – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
L…….? Magill – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 6
John Stafford – Age 34 – Labourer
Catherine Stafford – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Thomas Stafford – His Son – Age is under one year
Margaret Stafford – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 7
James Baylan – Age 32 – Tailor
Rose Baylan – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Peter Baylan – His Son – Age is under one year
Margaret Baylan – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 8
Thomas McManus – Age 28 – Farmer and Blacksmith
Rose McManus – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
Hugh McManus – His Son – Age 2
Catherine McManus – His Daughter – Age 4
Thomas Monahan – Age 22 – Apprentice Blacksmith

House Number 9
Farrell Smyth – Age 50 – Farmer
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Margaret Smyth – His Mother – Age 74
Anne Lynch – Age 14 – House Servant

House Number 10
Mathew Bell – Age 54 – Farmer
Robert Bell – His Son – Age 30 – Labourer
Edward Bell – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Rose Bell – His Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Catherine Fitzpatrick – Age 14 – House Servant
Catherine Lacky – Age 14 – House Servant
Patrick Fitzpatrick – Age 14 – Cow Herd

House Number 11
Margaret Fitzpatrick – a widpow – Age 28 – Spinner
Andrew Fitzpatrick – Her Son – Age 4
Margaret Fitzpatrick – Her Daughter – Age 6
Mary Fitzpatrick – Her Daughter – Age 2

House Number 12
Robert Byers – Age 47 – Farmer
Anne Byers – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
John Byers – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Henery Byers – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
James Byers – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mary Byers – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Dolly Byers – His Daughter – Age 10
Jane Byers – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Ellinor Smyth – Age 20 – House Servant
James McCahill – Age 23 – Servant and Labourer
*Note: A School is kept on this Townland by Phillip McEvoy consisting of 43
boys and 14 girls.*

House Number 13
John Connor – Age 47 – Linen Weaver
Eliza Connor – His Wife – Age 45 – Spinner

House Number 14
Mary Galligan – a widow – Age 27 – Spinner
Peter Galligan – Her Son – Age 4

House Number 15
Phillip McEvoy – Age 53 – Farmer
Anne McEvoy – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Peter McEvoy – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
John McEvoy – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Bernard McEvoy – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
William McEvoy – His Son – Age 11
James McEvoy – His Son – Age 9
Margaret McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 7
Bridget McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 5
Mary McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 3
Margaret Colwich – Age 14 – House Servant
Phillip Gibny – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 16
John Woods – Age 34 – Farmer
Mary Woods – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
John Woods – His Son – Age 6
William Woods – His Son – Age 4
Eliza Woods – His Daughter – Age 8
Lucy Woods – His Daughter – Age 2
Jane Woods – His Daughter – Age 1
Patrick Smyth – Age 12 – Servant Boy
Daffney Reilly – Age 30 – House Servant

House Number 17
Thomas Hart – Age 67 – Farmer
Jane Hart – His Wife – Age 63
Connor Hart – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Thomas Hart – His Son – Age 20 – Linen Weaver
Bridget Hart – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Margaret Hart – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner

House Number 18
Thomas Mulligan – Age 64 – Farmer
Margaret Mulligan – His Wife – Age 58 – Spinner

House Number 19
Mary Galligan – Age 72
Catherine Galligan – Her Daughter – Age 43 – Spinner

Townland of Killagh
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Robert Pickens – Age 26 – Farmer
Sally Pickens – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner

House Number 2
Henry Pickens – Age 56 – Farmer
John Pickens – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Mary Pickens – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Pickens – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Rose McDonald – Age 42 – House Servant

House Number 3
James Dolan – Age 50 – Labourer
Catherine Dolan – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Dolan – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Barth Dolan – His Son – Age 4
Eliza Dolan – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner

House Number 4
George Pickens – Age 32 – Labourer
Judith Pickens – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Mary Pickens – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 5
Archy Macken – Age 46 – Labourer
Judith Macken – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Mary Macken – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 6
Joseph Pickens – Age 52 – Farmer
Eliza Pickens – His Wife – Age 54 – Flax Spinner
Kenny Pickens – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Mary Ann Pickens – His Daughter – Age 30 – Spinner
George Fegan – A Visitor – Age 4
Mary Fegan – A Visitor – Age 2

House Number 7
Michael Callwell – Age 52 – Labourer

Judith Callwell – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner
John Duffy – Age 8

Townland of Latnerdronagh
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Laurence Baylan – Age 35 – Farmer
Catherine Baylan – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Baylan – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer

House Number 2
Patrick Heary – Age 32 – Farmer
Catherine Heary – His Wife – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Ellen McDermott – Age 12 – Servant Maid

House Number 3
Phillip Heary – Age 28 – Labourer
Catherine Heary – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Neal Heary – His Son – Age 3
Ellinor Heary – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 4
Thomas Collowin – Age 29 – Farmer
Catherine Collowin – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
James Collowin – His Son – Age 2
Rose Collowin – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 5
John Collowin – Age 55 – Farmer
Mary Collowin – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Collowin – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
John Collowin – His Son – Age 12
Michael Collowin – His Son – Age 10
Patrick Collowin – His Son – Age 5
James Collowin – His Son – Age 1
Judith Collowin – His Daughter – Age 14
Rose Collowin – His Daughter – Age 9
Bridget Collowin – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 6
Andrew Brady – Age 35 – Linen Weaver
Ally Brady – His Wife – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Phillip Brady – His Son – Age 7
Patrick Brady – His Son – Age 3
Anne Brady – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 7
Patrick Mcevoy – Age 28 – Farmer
Mary McEvoy – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner
Francis McEvoy – His Son – Age is under one year
Rose McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 8
Phillip Mulvany – Age 54 – Farmer
Rose Mulvany – His Wife – Age 48 – Flax Spinner
Owen Mulvany – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mary Mulvany – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Anne Mulvany – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
Catherine Lynch – a widow – Age 46 – Farmer
Thomas Lynch – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Margaret Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Mary Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner

House Number 10
Walter Lynch – Age 30 – Farmer
Ann Lynch – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner

House Number 11
Mathew Collowin – Age 58 – Farmer
Mary Collowin – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Anthony Collowin – His Son – Age 29 – Labourer
Patrick Collowin – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
James Collowin – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Michael Collowin – His Son – Age 10

House Number 12
Owen Baylan – Age 48 – Farmer
Margaret Baylan – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Baylan – His Son – Age 9
James Baylan – His Son – Age 6
Michael Baylan – His Son – Age 4

House Number 13
Phillip Cronan – Age 32 – Linen Weaver
Mary Cronan – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Catherine Reilly – Age 70 – Lodger
Thomas Brady – Age 21 – Lodger and Linen Weaver
Ellenor Reilly – Age 18 House Servant

House Number 14
Mathew McCabe – Age 64 – Farmer
Mary McCabe – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Owen McCabe – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Patrick McCabe – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Hugh McCabe – His Son – Age 6

House Number 15
James McCabe – Age 31 – Farmer
Anne McCabe – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
John McCabe – His Son – Age is under one year

House Number 16
Thomas Bird – Age 25 – Farmer
Anne Bird – His Wife – Age 23 – Spinner
Patrick Bird – His Son – Age 2
Mathew Bird – His Son – Age is under one year
Anne Bird – His Mother – Age 70

House Number 17
Andrew Maguire – Age 45 – Farmer
Anne Maguire – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Thomas Maguire – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
David Maguire – His Son – Age 8
Phillip Maguire – His Son – Age 5
Andrew Maguire – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Maguire – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner

House Number 18
Thomas Mag – Age 56 – Labourer
Mary Mag – His Wife – Age 60 – Spinner

House Number 19
Patrick Maguire – Age 53 – Labourer
Eliza Maguire – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Francis Maguire – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Phillip Maguire – His Son – Age 3
Patrick Maguire – His Son – Age 1
Mary Maguire – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Kitty Maguire – His Daughter – Age 9
Margaret Maguire – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months

House Number 20
Patrick Maguire – Age 62 – Farmer
Judith Maguire – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Patrick Maguire – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
John Maguire – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
David Maguire – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
James Maguire – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Hugh Maguire – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Phillip Maguire – His Son – Age 10 – Cow Herd

House Number 21
John McCabe – Age63 – Farmer
Mary McCabe – His Wife – Age 57 – Spinner
Patrick McCabe – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Bridget McCabe – His Daughter – Age 24 – Spinner

House Number 22
Patrick Maguire – Age 67 – Farmer
James Maguire – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Barth Maguire – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Patrick Maguire – His Son – Age 10
Andrew Maguire – His Son – Age 8
Mary Maguire – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Ally Maguire – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 23
Mary David – a widow – Age 54 – Farmer
Patrick David – Her Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Peter David – Her Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Catherine David – Her Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner

House Number 24
John Dunn – Age 70
Patrick Dunn – His Son – Age 28 – School Master and takes school in the
Townland of Crosserlough

House Numner 25
Mary Finnigan – Age 40 – Spinner
Catherine Finnigan – Her Sister – Age 26 – Spinner

House Number 26
Michael Reilly – Age 40 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 7
John Reilly – His Son – Age 2
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Ellenor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 5

Townland of Listanis
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Catherine Martin – a widow – Age 30 – Farmer
James Martin – Her Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Bernard Martin – Her Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Terence Martin – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Anne Martin – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Martin – Her Daughter – Age 11
Ellinor Martin – Her Daughter – Age 9
Patrick Reilly – Age 25 – Linen Weaver

House Number 2
Patrick Reilly – Age 52 – Farmer
Rose Reilly – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 6
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Ann Reilly – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Ellenor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 10
Rose Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Anor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4
Thomas Lynch – Age 24 – Servant and Labourer
Thomas Mulligan – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer
John Hughes – Age 28 – Servant and Labourer
Phillip Parltan – Age 21 – Servant and Labourer
John Kiernan – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 3
Mary Martin – a widow – Age 55 – Farmer
Terence Martin – Her Son – Age 28 – Labourer
John Martin – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Margaret Martin – Her Daughter – Age 30 – Spinner
Ann Martin – A Lodger – Age 9
Laurence McEnroe – A Lodger – Age 6

House Number 4
Phelix Rorke – Age 58 – Farmer
Judith Rorke – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
John Rorke – Her Son – Age 28 – Labourer
Hugh Rorke – Her Son – Age 24 – Labourer and Wheelwright
Thomas Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Phelix Rorke – Her Son – Age 14
Patrick Rorke – Her Son – Age 10
Rose Rorke – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 5
John Little – An Orphan – Age 19 – Farmer
Owen Little – His Brother – An Orphan – Age 13 – Labourer
Michael Little – His Brother – An Orphan – Age 10
James Little – His Brother – An Orphan – Age 8

House Number 6
Anne Freragh – Age 62 – Farmer
Phillip Freragh – Her Son – Age 24 – Linen Weaver
Bernard Freragh – Her Son Age 14 – Labourer
Owen Freragh – Her Son – Age 10
Anne Freragh – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 7
Mary Murray – a widow – Age 65 – Farmer
John Murray – Her Son – Age 30 – Linen Weaver
Hugh Murray – Her Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Anne Murray – Her Daughter – Age 28 – House Servant
John McCahill – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 8
James Murray – Age 26 – Farmer
Catherine Murray – His Wife – Age 22 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
Patrick Murray – Age 35 – Farmer
Anne Murray – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Edward Murray – His Son – Age 4
Charles Murray – His Son – Age 1
Mary Ford – Age 13 – Servant Maid

Townland of Kilnaleck
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Patrick Sheridan – Age 57 – Farmer
Catherine Sheridan – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
Michael Sheridan – His Son – Age 26 – Linen Weaver
Ann Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner

House Number 2
Patrick Farrell – Age 40 – Farmer
Rose Farrell – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Strip
Thomas Farrell – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Michael Farrell – His Son – Age 8
John Farrell – His Son – Age 2
Ellenor Farrell – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Catherine Farrell – His Daughter – Age 11
Barbara Farrell – His Daughter – Age 10
Amilia Farrell – His Daughter – Age 6
Rosana Farrell – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Farrell – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Patrick Donagho – Age 20 – Linen Weaver

House Number 3
Michael Sheridan – Age 40 – Labourer and Weaver
Rose Sheridan – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
Mary Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 2
Patrick Sheridan – His Brother – Age 33 – Linen Weaver
Catherine Sullivan – Age 19 – House Servant

House Number 4
Patrick Brady – Age 42 – Farmer
Margaret Brady – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Thomas – Brady – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Ellen Brady – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Mary Brady – A Relation – Age 9
John Brady – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 5
Catherine Brady – a widow – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
John Brady – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Phillip Brady – Her Son – Age 14
Catherine Brady – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 6
Phillip Brady – Age 40 – Farmer and Weaver
Bridget Brady – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Thomas Brady – HIs Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Catherine Brady – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Mary Brady – His Daughter – Age 2
Bridget Brady Age 18 – Spinner

House Number 7
Phillip Owens – Age62 – Labourer
Anne Owens – His Wife – Age 57 – Spinner
Rose Owens – His Sister – Age 48

House Number 8
Mary Baylan – a widow – Age 63 – Farmer
Patrick Baylan – Her Son – Age 30 – Linen Weaver
Owen Baylan – Her Son – Age 27 – Linen Weaver
Francis Baylan – Her Son – Age 22 – Labourer
John Baylan – Her Son – Age 20 – Weaver
Catherine Baylan – Her Daughter – Age 25 – Spinner

House Number 9
Walter Formy – Age 50 – Farmer and Miller
Mary Formy – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
William Formy – His Son – Age 12
Anne Formy – His Daughter – Age 22
Eliza Formy – His Daughter – Age 20
Bridget Formy – His Daughter – Age 18
Catherine Formy – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 10
Patrick Formy – Age 54 – Farmer
Bridget Formy – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
George Formy – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Walter Formy – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Patrick Formy – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Judith Formy – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Catherine Formy – His Daughter – Age 10
Rose Formy – His Daughter – Age 8
John Gibny – Age 27 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 11
Patrick Gibny – Age 48 – Farmer and Mason
Anne Gibny – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
Michael Gibny – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Thomas Gibny – His Son – Age 14
Eliza Gibny – His Daughter – Age 22 – Spinner
Bridget Gibny – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner

House Number 12
Thomas Gibny – Age 50 – Farmer
Catherine Gibny – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Michael Gibny – His Son – Age 16
Catherine Gibny – His Daughter – Age 12
Catherine Coyle – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 13
James Gibny – Age 46 – Farmer
Catherine – His Wife – Gibny – Age 44 – Spinner
Bernard Gibny – His Son – Age 4
Mary Gibny – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Gibny – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 14
Bernard Gibny – Age 45 – Farmer
Catherine Gibny – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Patrick Gibny – His Son – Age 4
Mary Gibny – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Gibny – His Daughter – Age 6
Catherine Gibny – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 15
James Matchet – Age 30 – Labourer
Ellenor Matchet – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner

House Number 16
Michael Lynch – Age 48 – Farmer
Margaret Lynch – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
John Lynch – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 8
Barth Lynch – His Son – Age 6
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
John Lynch – His Brother – Age 18 Labourer
Mathew Lynch – His Brother – Age 16 – Labourer
Bridget Lynch – His Sister – Age 12 – Flax Spinner –
Rose Lynch – His Sister – Age 8
Mary Conlon – Age 20 – Spinner
*Note: John, Mathew, Bridget and Rose Lynch and Mary Conlon are Orphans.*

 

Townland of Derrylea
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1 – Two Stories High
Terence Reilly – Age 35 – Parish Priest
Daniel Reilly – His Brother – Age 20 – Labourer
Catherine Davis – Age 36 – House Keeper
Bernard Smyth – Age 27 – Servant and Labourer
Judith Donaugho – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 2 – Two Stories High
Catherine Reilly – a widow – Age 31 – Farmer
Terence Reilly – Her Son – Age 8
Mary Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 10

House Number 3
Ellen Lynch – Age 26 – Farmer
Michael Lynch – Her Son – Age 3
Bridget Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 5

House Number 4
Phillip Brady – Age 24 – Farmer
Eliza Brady – His Wife – Age 21 – Spinner
Michael Brady – His Son – Age 2

House Number 5 is uninhabited

House Number 6
Luke Daly – Age 62 – Farmer
Mary Daly – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Daly – His Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Mark Daly – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Luke Daly – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Anne Daly – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner
Margaret Daly – His Daughter – Age 8
Phillip McEnvoy – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 7
Mary Reilly – a widow – Age 42 – Farmer
John Reilly – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Catherine Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Ellenor Skelly – Age 22 – House Servant
Partrick Gormly – Age17 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 8
John Reilly – Age 31 – Farmer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 29 – Spinner
Hugh Reilly – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Reilly – Age 20 – House Servant
Phillip Little – Age 17 – House Servant

House Number 9
Anne Lynch – a widow – Age 46 – Farmer
Barth Lynch – Her Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Patrick Lynch – Her Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Thomas Lynch – Her Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Mathew Lynch – Her Son – Age 8
Margaret Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Ellenor Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Rose Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Anne Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 10

House Number 10
Bernard Lynch – Age 36 – Labourer
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 34 – Spinner
Bernard Lynch – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mathew Lynch -His Son – Age 5
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 3
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 11
Owen Lynch – Age 56 – Farmer
Bridget Lynch – His Wife – Age 51 – Flax Spinner

Phillip Lynch – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Bridget Masterson – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 12
Luke Bartly – Age 47 – Hackler
Ellinor Bartly – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Phillip Bartly – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Ellinor Byrns – Age 9 – Lodger

House Number 13
Bryan Maguire – Age 42 – Tailor
Mary Maguire – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
William Crawford – A Lodger – Age 31 – Labourer
Catherine Crawford – Wife – A Lodger – Age 29 – Spinner
William Crawford – A Lodger – Age 4
Hugh Crawford – A Lodger – Age 1

House Number 14
Judith Reilly – a widow – Age 48 – Farmer
Terence Reilly – Her Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Phillip Reilly – Her Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – Her Daughter – in law – Age 25 – Spinner
Bernard Reilly – Her Grandson – Age is under one year
Phillip Reilly – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer
Peter Little – Age 13 – Servant and Labourer
Judith Reilly – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 15
Patrick Heary – Age 39 – A Kiln Man
Bridget Heary – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Phillip Heary – His Son – Age19 – Labourer
Bridget Heary – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellenor Heary – His Daughter – Age 6
Judith Heary – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 16
Patrick Boyle – Age 36 – Labourer
Rose Boyle – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
Mary Boyle – His Daughter – Age 7
Margaret Boyle – His Daughter – Age 5
John Boyle – His Son – Age 2

House Number 17
Owen Maguire – Age 37 – Labourer
Anne Maguire – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Michael Maguire – His Son – Age 4
Catherine Maguire – His Daughter – Age 10

House Number 18 is uninhabited

House Number 19
Edward McDaniel – Age 27 – Farmer
Rose McDaniel – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Bernard McDaniel – His Son – Age 6
Catherine McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 2
Rose Caffray – Age 23 – House Servant

House Number 20
Owen McDaniel – Age 33 – Farmer
Nabby McDaniel – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Patrick McDaniel – His Son – Age 4
Thomas McDaniel – His Son – Age 1
Catherine McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 6
Patrick McDaniel – Age 73 – Labourer
Bridget McCahill – Age 22 – House Servant
Mary Wynne – Age 19 – House Servant
Eliza McDaniel – Age 21 – House Servant

No House Number 21

House Number 22
Patrick Lynch – Age 50 – Farmer
Ellinor Lynch – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Hugh Lynch – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Henery Lynch – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 21 – Flax Spinner
Anne Lynch – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Ellinor Lynch – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 23
Owen Gaffney – Age 58 – Farmer
Bridget Gaffney – His Wife – Age 53 – Spinner
Arthur Gaffney – His Son – Age 26 – Linen Weaver
John Gaffney – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Patrick Gaffney – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Rose Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Ellinor – Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 12

House Number
Thomas Gaffney – Age 53 – Farmer
Bridget Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Peter Gaffney – His Brother – Age 28 – Labourer
L ???y Gaffney – His Sister – in law – Age 23 – Spinner

House Number 25
Connor Gaffney – Age 29 – Labourer
Mary Gaffney – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Thomas Gaffney – His Son – Age 2
Patrick Gaffney – His Son – Age is under one year
Judith Smyth – Age 12 – House Servant

House Number 26
Patrick Smyth – Age 86 – Farmer
Bridget Smyth – Age 90
Andrew Smyth – His Son – Age 53 – Labourer
Ann Smyth – His Daughter – in law – Age 46
Patrick Smyth – His Grandson – Age 18 – Labourer
Thomas Smyth – His Grandson – Age 16 – Labourer
Michael Smyth – His Grandson – Age 12
John Smyth – His Grandson – Age 10
Andrew Smyth – His Grandson – Age 4
Bridget Smyth – His Grandaughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Anne Smyth – His Grandaughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Baylan – Age 28 – House Servant
*Note: Michael and Bridget Smyth are Twins.*

House Number 27 is unihabited and in a Ruinous State.
*Note: A Corn mill and Kiln are on in this Townland, also a Puck Mill.*

Townland of Keenagh
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Michael Gaffney – Age 64 – Farmer
Mary Gaffney – His Wife – Age 60 – Spinner
Henery Gaffney – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Terence Gaffney – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Rose Galligan – Age 20 – House Servant
Thomas Clarke – Age 20 Journeyman Weaver

House Number 2
Mathew Gaffney – Age 32 – Farmer and Weaver
Mary Gaffney – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Gaffney – His Son – Age 1
Catherine Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 3
Patrick Burns – Age 29 – Labourer

House Number 3
Mary Gaffney – a widow – Farmer
Thomas Gaffney – Her Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Mary Gaffney – Her Daughter – Age 30 – Spinner
Bridget Clarke – Age 18 – House Servant
Mary McDonald – Age 30 – Spinner
Mary Gaffney – Her Grandaughter – Age 2

House Number 4
Edward Gaffney – Age 35 – Farmer
Rose Gaffney – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Mathew Gaffney – His Son – Age 7
Henry Gaffney – His Son – Age 5
Michael Gaffney – His Son – Age 3
Mary Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 9
Bridget Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 1
Patrick Naulty – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Mary Lynch – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 5 is uninhabited

House Number 6
Barth Skully – Age 45 – Farmer
Mary Skully – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Patrick Skully – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Francis Skully – His Son – Age 4
Thomas Skully – His Son – Age 2
Mary Skully – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Skully – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Skully – His Daughter – Age 6
Margaret Skully – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 7
Mary Skully – a widow – Age 40 – Farmer
Patricik Skully – Her Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Skully – Her Son – Age 12
Andrew Skully – Her Son – Age 6
Bridget Skully – Her Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Mary Skully – Her Daughter – Age 4

House Number 8
Henery Connatty – Age 57 – Labourer
Mary Connatty – His Daughter – Age 22 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
Catherine Skully – Age 30 – Mantamaker
Mary McSherry – Age 14 – House Servant
Thomas Gaffney – A Relation – Age 4

House Number 10
Charles Skully – Age 30 – Farmer and Weaver
Bridget Skully – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Patrick Skully – His Son – Age 7
Francis Skully – His Son – Age 5
James Skully – His Son – Age 3
Bernard Skully – His Son – Age 1

House Number 11
Edward Skully – Age 40 – Farmer
Mary Skully – His Wife- Age 30 – Spinner
Peter Skully – His Son – Age 5
Mary Skully – His Daughter – Age 9
Margaret Skully – His Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Skully – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Margaret Steven ? – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 12
Bridget Skully – a widow – Age 50 – Farmer
Andrew Skully – Her Son – Age 22 – Tailor
Patrick Skully – Her Son – Age 20 – Linen Weaver

House Number 13
Anne Skully – a widow – Age 47 – Farmer
Patrick Skully – Her Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Mary Skully – Her Daughter – Age 25 – Spinner
Margaret Skully – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner

House Number 14
Bernard Skully – Age 30 – Labourer
Bridget Skully – His Daughter – Age 28 – Spinner
Frances Skully – His Daughter – Age 5
Margaret Skully – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 15
Mary Skully – Age 35 – Farmer and Spinner
James Skully – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Andrew Skully – Her Son – Age 5
Mary Skully – Her Daughter – Age 9

House Number 16
Andrew Skully – Age 45 – Farmer and Weaver
Anne Skully – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Patrick Skully – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Bernard Skully – His Son – Age 9
Andrew Skully – His Son – Age 7
Anne Skully – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Mary Skully – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Catherine Skully – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 17
Mark Tully – Age 22 – Carpenter
Bernard Baylan – Age 23 – Labourer and Lodger
Eliza Baylan – Age 18 – Spinner and Lodger

House Number 18
John Evans – Age 33 – Farmer
Mary Evans – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
James Evans – His Son – Age 6
Eliza Evans – His Daughter – Age 11
Anne Evans – His Daughter – Age 9
Mary Evans – His Daughter – Age 7
Jane Evans – His Daughter – Age 2
John McLoghlin – Age 26 – Servant and Labourer
James Smyth – Age 20 – Servant and Labourer
Catherine Sheridan – Age 21 – House Servant
Ellisa Caffray – Age 24 – House Servant
Andrew Everton – A Relation – Age 26 – Labourer

House Number 19
John McCabe – Age 43 – Labourer
Alice McCabe – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
James McCabe – His Son – Age11
Rose McCabe – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner

House Number 20
James Reilly – Age 50 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
James Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 6
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 21
Michael Smyth – Age 43
Catherine Smyth – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Barth Smyth – His Son – Age 10
Thomas Smyth – His Son – Age 8
Bridget Smyth – His Daughter – Age 12
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 6
Daffney Smyth – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 22
Lawrence McCabe – Age 34 – Farmer
Mary McCabe – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner

House Number 23
Patrick Daily – Age 36
Thomas Daily – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Mark Daily – His Son – Age 7
James Daily – His Son – Age 5
Mary Daily – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Catherine Daily – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Ellinor Daily – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Daily – His Daughter – Age 10
Rose Daily – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 24
Rose Soden – a widow – Age 53 – Farmer
John Soden – Her Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Ellinor Soden – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Catherine Soden – Her Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Daffney Soden – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner

House Number 25
Patrick Galligan – Age 43 – Tailor
Anne Galligan – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
Michael Galligan – His Son – Age 1
Bridget Galligan – His Daughter – Age 10
Mary Galligan – His Daughter – Age 8
Anne Galligan – His Daughter – Age 6
Rose Galligan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 26
Margaret Soden – a widow – Age 50
Thomas Soden – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Patrick Soden – Her Son – Age 10
Mary Soden – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Margaret Soden – Her Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Judith Soden – Her Daughter – Age 8

House Number 27
Peter Cassidy – Age 44 – Farmer
Margaret Cassidy – His Wife – Age 39 – Spinner
Phillip Cassidy – His Son – Age 5
Patrick Cassidy – His Son – Age 1

House Number 28
Phillip McDaniel – Age 56 – Linen Weaver
Rose McDaniel – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
Anne McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 9
Rose McDaniel – His Daughter – Age 7
Mary Tully – A Relation – Age 10
Townland of Clare
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Bernard McKinnan – Age 43 – Blacksmith
Rose Mckinnan – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
Thomas McKinnan – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Michael McKinnan – His Son – Age 4
James McKinnan – His Son – Age 1 year and six months
Ann Macken – A Relative – Age 64 – Flax Spinner
Owen Reilly – Age 27 – Journeyman Weaver
James Bannan – Age 16 – Apprentice Blacksmith

House Number 2
Mathew Dowd – Age 42 – Labourer
Rose Dowd – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
Peter Dowd – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer

House Number 3
Thade Lee – Age 76
James Lee – His Son – Age 33 – Labourer
Michael Lee – His Son – Age 31 – Labourer
Bernard Lee – His Son – Age 29 – Linen Weaver
Anne Stanly – Age 18 – House Servant

House Number 4 is uninhabited

House Number 5
Barth Gorman – Age 63 – Shoemaker
John Gorman – His Son – Age 25 – Shoemaker
Richard Mulligan – Age 15 Apprentice
Bernard Smyth – Age 21 – Journeyman

House Number 6
Lawrence Galligan – Age 32 – Labourer And Weaver
Bridget Galligan – His Mother – Age 66 – Flax Spinner
Margaret McKiernan – Age 19 – House Servant

House Number 7
Thomas Cusick – Age 54 – Labourer
Catherine Cusick – His Wife – Age 48 – Flax Spinner
Edward Cusick – His Son – Age 20 – Tailor
Mary Cusick – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Judith Cusick – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 8
Bernard Smyth – Age 54 – Labourer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 52 – Flax Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Bridget Smyth – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
William Lyttle – Age 32 – Carpenter
Lydia Lyttle – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Easter Lyttle – His Daughter – Age 7
Jane Lyttle – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 10
William Porterfield – Age 92 – Farmer
Mary Porterfield – His Wife – Age 87
Bell Porterfield – His Grandaughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 11
William Porterfield – Age 40 – Farmer
Sally Porterfield – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
William Porterfield – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Miles Porterfield – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
John Porterfield – His Son – Age 10
James Porterfield – His Son – Age 8
Mary Porterfield – His Daughter – Age 6
Susanagh Porterfield – His Daughter – Age 4
Thomas Reilly – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 12
John Porterfield – Age 56 – Farmer
Susanagh Porterfield – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
William Porterfield – His Son – Age 20 – Linen Weaver
Moses Porterfield – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Porterfield – His Son – Age 12
James Porterfield – His Son – Age 7
Jane Porterfield – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Martha Porterfield – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Susanagh Porterfield – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 13
George Kelly – Age 37 – Linen Weaver
Eliza Kelly – His Wife – Age 39 – Flax Spinner
William Kelly – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
James Kelly – His Son – Age 7
John Kelly – His Son – Age 5
George Kelly – His Son – Age 1

House Number 14
John Clinton – Age 27 – Flax Dresser
Catherine Clinton – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Gaffney – Lodger – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
James Gaffney – Lodger – Age 2

House Number 15
Michael Reilly – Age 58 – Linen Weaver
Judith Reilly – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner

House Number 16
George Hall – Age 68 – Labourer and Caretaker to John Morrow
Anne Hall – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Charles Hall – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Mary Hall – His Daughter – Age 27 – Spinner

House Number 17
Catherine Murphy – Age 53 – Spinner
Patrick Murphy – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Mary Murphy – Her Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner

House Number 18
Ellenor Lee – Age 34 – Flax Spinner
James Lee – Her Son – Age15 – Labourer

House Number 19
Edward Galligan – Age 37 – Linen Weaver
Margaret Smyth – Age 41 – Housekeeper
Patrick Galligan – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Galligan – His Son – Age 6
Anne Galligan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner

House Number 20
Thomas Reilly – Age 30 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 33 – Flax Spinner
Owen Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 1
Eliza Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Daffney Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 21
James Plunkett – Age 56 – Farmer
Ellenor Plunkett – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Cunningham – Age 36 – House Servant
Barth Reilly – Age 17 – Servant and Labourer
Daniel McEvoy – Age 31 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 22
Chrisopher Plunkett – Age 64 – Farmer
Thomas Plunkett – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Thomas Maguire – His Son – Age 17 – Servant and Labourer
House Number 23
Thomas Kearny – Age 63 – Labourer
Rose Kearny – His Wife – Age 58 – Flax Spinner

House Spinner 24
Mathew Callahan – Age 55 – Farmer
Anne Callahan – His Wife – 50 – Spinner
James Callahan – His Son – Labourer
Patrick Callahan His Son – Age 18 – Linen Weaver
Phillip Callahan – His Son – Age 6
Anne Callahan – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Callahan – His Daughter -Age 10
Rose Callahan – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellenor Callahan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 25
James Callahan – Age 50 – Farmer
Catherine Callahan – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Patrick Callahan His Son – Age 18 – Shoemaker
Michael Callahan His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
James Callahan His Son – Age 4
Judith Callahan – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Bridget Callahan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Anne Callahan – His Daughter – Age 9
Elizabeth Callahan – His Daughter – Age 7
Margaret Callahan – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 26
Michael Callaghan – Age 40
Anne Callagahan – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
Mathew Callaghan – His Son – Age -16 – Labourer
Michael Callaghan – His Son – Age 12
Thomas Callaghan – His Son – Age 7

House Number 27
Brown Faye – Age 45 – Linen Weaver
Anne Faye – His Wife – Age 38 – Apinner
John Faye – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Joseph Faye – His Son – Age 11
Sally Faye – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Mary Faye – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 28
William Love – Age 30 – Farmer
Mary Love – His Mother – Age 57
Thomas Love- His Brother – Age 28 – A Physician
Mary Love – His Sister – Age 26
Mary Lynch – Age 21 – House Servant
James Dignan – Age 23 – Servant and Labourer
Thomas Callaghan – Age 16 – Srvant and Labourer
Charles Lynch – Age 17 – Servant and Labourer
Townland of Drumscruddan
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Patrick Black – Age 38 – Farmer
Mary Black – His Wife – Age 29 – Spinner
Bernard Black – His Son – Age 6
Margaret Black – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Black – His Daughter – Age 2
John Black – His Father – Age 80
Catherine Kiernan – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 2
John Lynch – Age 33 – Labourer and Weaver
Bridget Lynch – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Margaret Lynch – His Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Cusick – Age 14 – House Servant

House Number 3
Owen Reilly – Age 63 – Farmer
Rose Reilly – His Wife – Age 70
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 26 – Spinner

House Number 4
David Boyle – Age 33 – Farmer
Mary Boyle – His Daughter – Age 4
Bridget Boyle – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 5
Andrew Galligan – Age 36 – Farmer and Flax Dresser
Anne Galligan – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Lawrence Galligan – His Son – Age 1
Mary Smyth – Age 12 – House Servant

House Number 6
John Little – Age 28 – Labourer
Anne Little – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
James Little – His Son – Age is under one year

House Number 7
Thomas Reilly – Age 56 – Labourer
Michael Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Linen Weaver
Patricvk Reilly – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
John Reilly – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Ellenor Lynch – Age 25 – House Servant

House Number 8
Charles Kiernan- Age 64 – Farmer
Mary Kiernan – His Wife- Age 60 – Spinner
John Kiernan – His Son – Age 36 – Lbourer
Thomas Kiernan – His Son- Age 23 – Labourer
Catherine Kiernan – His Daughter – Age 25 – Spinner
Charles Smyth – A Relation – Age 10

House Number 9
Charles Kiernan – Age 25 – Farmer and Weaver
Bridget Kiernan – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Mary Kiernan – Age is under one year
Catherine Masterson – Age 20 – House Servant
House Number 10
Edward Cooke – Age 32 – Farmer
Judith Cooke – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Peter Cooke – His Son – Age 3
Patrick Cooke – His Son – Age 1
Mary McEvoy – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 11
Owen Daily – Age – 60 – farmer
Anne Daily – His Wife – Age 54 – Spinner
Hugh Daily – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Thomas Daily – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Bridget Daily – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Margaret Daily – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner
Catherine Daily – His Daughter – Age12 – Spinner
Patrick Galligan – A Relation – Age 5

House Number 12
William Kiernan – Age 54 – Farmer
Catherine Kiernan – His Wife – Afe 35 – Spinner
Patrick Kiernan – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Michael Kiernan – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Bernard Kiernan – His Son – Age 10
William Kiernan – His Son – Age 8
James Kiernan – His Son – Age 4

House Number 13
Charles Gaynor – Age 33 – Farmer and Shoemaker
Margaret Gaynor – His Wife – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Alison Gatnor – His Daughter – Age 10
Sally Gaynor – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 14
Hugh Cooke – Age 32 – Farmer
Mary Cooke – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Farrell Cooke – His Son – Age 4
James Cooke – His Son – Age 2

House Number 15
John Maguire – Age 56 – Farmer
Ally Maguire – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
Thomas Maguire – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
James Maguire – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Ally Maguire – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Catherine Maguire – His Daughter – Age 8
Rose Maguire – His Daughter – Age 6
Anne Dowd – A Relation – Age 4

House Number 16
Patrick Naulty – Age 57 – Farmer and Mason
Catherine Naulty – His Wife – Age 53 – Spinner
Michael Naulty – His Son – Age 25 – Linen Weaver
Thomas Naulty – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Miles Naulty – His Son – Age 11

House Number 17
John Reilly – Age 30 – Labourer
Anne Reilly – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Bridget Fitzsimmons – Age 30 – Lodger and Flax Spinner

House Number 18
Owen Reilly – Age 37 – Linen Weaver
Rose Reilly – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 11
Michael Reilly – His Son – Age 9
James Reilly – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4
Hugh Maguire – Age 21 – Journeyman Weaver

House Number 19
Miles Reilly – Age 56 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
James Hetherton – Age 20 – Labourer
Patrick Fay – A Relation – Age 10 – Lodger
Mary Fay – A Relation – Age 6 – Lodger
Bridget Rorke – Age 17 – House Servant

House Number 20
Francis Reilly – Age 46 – Farmer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Lawrence Reilly – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Michael Reilly – His Son – Age 11
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 2
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Ellinor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 21
Charle Reilly – Age 37 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Thomas Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
James Reilly – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Reilly – His Son – Age 10
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 12
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Thomas Reilly – His Father – Age 84
Thomas Smyth – Age 26 – Journeyman Weaver
*Note: Catherine and Bridget Reilly are Twins.*

House Number 22
Bernard McNamee – Age 54 – Shoemaker
Mary McNamee – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
Patrick McNamee – His Son – Age 21 – Shoemaker
Charles McNamee – His Son – An Apprentice
Henry ? – Age25 – Journeyman

House Number 23
Thomas Keany – Age 34 – Labourer
Mary Keany – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Owen Keany – His Son – Age 8
James Keany – His Son – Age 4
Eliza Keany – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Keany – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 24
Thomas Davin – Age 32 – Linen Weaver
Mary Davin – His Daughter – Age 28 – Spinner
Anne Davin – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 25
Thomas Davin – Age 32 – Linen Weaver
Mary Davin – Age 30 – Spinner
Henery Davin – His Son – Age 6
Thomas Davin – His Son – Age 1
Margaret Davin – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Davin – His Daughter – Age- 2

 

Village of Kilnaleck
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
William Hartly – Age 40 – Publican
Mary Hartly – His Wife – Age 36 – Shopkeeper
Abraham Hartly – His Son – Age 14
Edward Hartly – His Son – Age 8
William Hartly – His Son – Age 6
Thomas Hartly – His Son – Age 3
Ann Hartly – His Daughter – Age 15
Rosana Hartly – His Daughter – Age 11

House Number 2
William Gainor – Age 28 – Read Maker
Anne Gainor – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
John Gainor – His Son – Age 6
Hugh Gainor – His Son – Age 4
Phillip Gainor – His Son – Age is under one year
Margaret Gainor – His Daughter – Age 2
Anor Sheridan – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 3
Patrick Halligan – Age 32 – Chandler ?
Eliza Halligan – His Wife – Age 30 – Shopkeeper
Thomas Halligan – His Son – Age 2
Rose Halligan – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 4
Patrick Kiernan – Age 52 – Butcher
Catherine Kiernan – His Wife – Age 23
Daniel Kiernan – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Kiernan – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Mary Galligan – Age 53 – House Servant

House Number 5
Daniel Kiernan – Age 53 – Butcher
Catherine Kiernan – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Anne Kiernan – His Daughter – Age 15

House Number 6 – Two Stories High
Charles White – Age 57 – Farmer
Martha White – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Daphney White – His Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner

House Number 7
Patrick Sheridan – Age 46 – Farmer and Publican
Anne Sheridan – His Wife- Age 52 – Shopkeeper
Thomas Sheridan – His Son – Age 24 – Carpenter
William Sheridan – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Eliza Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Strip
Susanagh Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Mantuamaker
Patrick Reilly – Age 24 – Servant and Labourer
Margaret Sheridan – Age 24 – House Servant
Patrick McMahon – Age 12 – Cow Herd
Catherine Reilly – Age 26 – House Servant

House Number 8 – Two Stories High
Peter Sheridan – Age 24 – Baker and Farmer
Anne Sheridan – His Wife – Age 31 – Shopkeeper
James Sheridan – His Son – Age 1
Mary Sheridan – Age 19 – House Servant
James Donoho – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 9 – Two Stories High
James Thomson – Age 29 – Shoemaker
Mary Thomson – His Wife – Age 27 – Shoe binder
Eliza Thomson – His Daughter – Age 7
Hugh Morran – Age 17 – Apprentice
John Dyan – Age 39 – Journeyman
Mary Reynolds – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 10
James Fitzsimmons – Age 28 – Higler?
Anne Fitzsimmons – His Wife – Age 30
Mary Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 3
Rose Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 1
Catherine Reilly – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 11 – Two Stories High
Bridget Reilly – a widow – Age 45 – Shopkeeper
James Reilly – Her Son – Age 20 – Shop Clerk
Bernard Reilly – Her son – Age 11
John Reilly – Her Son – Age is under one year
Bridget Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Gorrey ? – Age 12 – A Relation

House Number 12 is uninhabited

House Number 13
Thomas Burrows – Age 47 – Farmer
Eliza Biurrows – His Wife – Age 48 – Shopkeeper
Catherine Burrows – His Daughter – Age 15
Thomas Sarson – Age 16 – Visitor
Thomas Caffray – Age 27 – Servant and Labourer
Margaret Reilly – Age 32 – House Servant

House Number 14
Michael Reilly – Age 35 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 9
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 15
John McParltan – Age 25 – Farmer and Wheelright
Anne McParltan – His Wife – Age 21 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Lynch – Age 20 – Labourer and Servant

House Number 16
Michael Connatty – Age 31 – Shoemaker
Judith Connatty – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
John Connatty – His Son – Age 14 – Shoemaker
James Connatty – His Son – Age 11
Thomas Connatty – His Son – Age 8

House Number 17
Susanagh Davis – Age 46 – Mantuamaker

House Number 18
Thomas Reilly – Age 36 – Publican
Ally Reilly – His Wife – Age 34 – Shopkeeper
John Reilly – His Brother – Age 28 – Blacksmith

House Number 19 is uninhabited

House Number 20
Hugh Cayle – Age 43 – Farmer
Bernard Cayle – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Hugh Cayle – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mary Cayle – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Rose Cayle – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 21
John Smyth – Age 23 – Labourer

House Number 22
Thomas Reilly – Age 37 – Carpenter
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
Edward Reilly – His Son – Age 3
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 5
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 23
P………? Connatty – Age 30 – Baker

House Number 24
Barth Gorman – Age 43 – Labourer
Margaret Gorman – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Gorman – His Son – Age 2
Eliza Gorman – His Daughter – Age 6
Frances Gorman – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Gorman – His Daughter – Age 10
Mary Gorman – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner

House Number 25
Owen Kelly – Age 34 – Butcher
Eliza Kelly – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Michael Kelly – His Son – Age 10
David Kelly – His Son – Age 4
Martin Michael Kelly – His Son – Age 1
Ann Kelly – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 26
Michael Connatty – Age 47 – Farmer
Margaret Connatty – His Wife – Age 48 – Spinner
John Connatty – His Son – Age 23n – Labourer
Margaret Connatty – His Daughter – Age 11
Ann Connatty – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 27
Charles Fox – Age 63 – Tailor
Margaret Fox – His Wife – Age 75
Charles Fox – His Grandson – Age 13 – Apprentice
Henery Fox – His Grandson – Age 8
John Fox – His Grandson – Age 3
Jane Fox – His Grandaughter – Age 5
Margaret Fox – His Grandaughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Hugh Mil – Age 22 – Journeyman Tailor
Joseph Morrow – Age 19 – Apprentice
Patrick Morrow – Age 17 – Apprentice
Elleanor Colville – Age 29 – House Servant

House Number 28
John Gunne – Age 60 – Pensioner

House Number 29
James Morris – Age 53 – Farmer
Catherine Morris – His Wife – Age 47 – Spinner
Hugh Morris – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Patrick Morris – His Son – Age 10
Hugh Morris – Age 8
Catherine Coyle – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 30
Patrick Brady – Age 22 – Apothercary

House Number 31
Mary Brady – Age31 – Washerwoman
Margaret Brady – Her Daughter – Age 12

House Number 32
Frederick Callan – Age 53 – Labourer
Ellenor Callan – His Wife – Age 47 – Spinner
John Callan – His Son – Age 20

House Number 33
Terence McEvoy – Age 37 – Pensioner
Catherine McEvoy – His Wife – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
James McEvoy – His Son – Age is under one year
Jane McEvoy – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 34
John Connaty – Age 35 – Publican
Mary Connaty – His Wife – Age 31 – Shopkeeper
John Connaty – His Son – Age 1
Mary Connaty – His Daughter – Age 8
Anne Connaty – His Daughter – Age 3
Catherine Galligan – Age 12 – House Servant

House Number 35
Patrick Reilly – Age 30 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 27 – Spinner
James Reilly – His Son – Age 5
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 3
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 1
Mary Cusack – Age 14 – House Servant

House Number 36
Michael Corcaran – Age 35 – Baker
Catherine Corcaran – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner
Lawrence Corcaran – His Son – Age 2
James Corcaran – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Briody – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 37
Francis McNamee – Age 24 – Surgeon
Elleanor McNamee – His Wife – Age 24
Patrick McNamee – His Son – Age 2

House Number 38
James Fitzsimmons – Age 37 – Wheelright
Rose Fitzsimmons – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner

Anne Firzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 12
Sylvester Reilly – Age 17 – Apprentice
Phillip Rahill – Age 24 – Journeyman

House Number 39 is uninhabited

House Number 40
Patrick Coyle – Age 34 – Nailor
Bridget Coyle – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Michael Coyle – His Son – Age 12
Thomas Coyle – His Son – Age 8 ?
Mary Coyle – His Daughter – Age 17

House Number 41
Patrick Connatty – Age 25 – Labourer
Bridget Connatty – His Wife – Age 22 – Spinner

House Number 42
Peter Fitzsimmons – Age 40 – Nailor
Elleanor – Fitzsimmons – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
John Fitzsimmons – His Son – Age 12
George Fitzsimmons – His Son – Age 6
James Fitzsimmons – His Son – Age 2
Eliza Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellenor Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 43 – Two Stories High
Mathew Baylan – Age 30 – Publican and Farmer
Bridget Baylan – His Wife – Age 25 – Seamstress
James Baylan – His Son – Age 3
Catherine Baylan – His Daughter – Age 1
Thomas Baylan – His Brother – Age 26 – Shopkeeper of Clocks?
Anne Cummusky – Age 17 – House Servant
Bernard Finnigan – Age 20 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 44 – Two Stories High
Phillip Reilly – Age 68 – Shopkeeper
Judith – Reilly – His Wife – Age 67
James Smyth – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 45 – Two Stories High
Patrick Reilly – Age 30 – Parish Priest
Christopher Reilly – Age 30 – Servant Man

House Number 46 – Two Stories High
Owen Reilly – Age 37 – Higler
Rose Reilly – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Strip
James Reilly – His Son – Age 4
Owen Reilly – His Son – Age 2
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 10
Judith Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 47 – is uninhabited

House Number 48
Patrick Galligan – Age 40 – Flax Weaver
Bridget Galligan – His Wife – Age 36
Mary Galligan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Judith Galligan – His Daughter – Age 10
Catherine Galligan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 49 – Two Stories High
Thomas Dooly – Age 38 – Shoemaker
Eliza Dooly – His Wife – Age 33 – Shoe Winder ?
Eliza Dooly – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Charles Foster – Age 20 – Journeyman
John Clifford – Age 22 – Journeyman
Ally Connell – Age 14 – House Servant

House Number 50 – Two Stories High
Patrick Connatty – Age 67 – Labourer
Bridget Connatty – His Wife – Age 53 – Spinner
John Connatty – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Patrick Connatty – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
James Connatty – His Son – Age 11
Catherine Connatty – His Daughter – Age 20 – Spinner
Bridget Connatty – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Townland of Curraghabreaden
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Hugh Reilly – Age 61 – Linen Weaver
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 14 – Linen Weaver
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner

House Number 2
Bernard Reilly – Age 58 – Farmer
Bridget Reilly – Age 54 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Lynch – Age 22 – House Servant

House Number 3
John Smyth – Age 54 – Farmer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 56 – Spinner
John Smyth – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 30 – Spinner
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 27 – Spinner
Ellenor Smyth – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner

House Number 4
Judith Smyth – Age 25 – Flax Dresser
John Smyth – Her Son – Age 4
Owen Smyth – Her Son – Age 2

House Number 5
Thomas C ????? – Age 50 – Linen Weaver
Bridget C????? – His Wife – Age 54 – Flax Spinner
Thomas C????? – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Anne C????? – His Daughter – Age 5
*Note: The Surmame above difficult to read, looks like Cracus?*

House Number 6
Edward Smyth – Age 68 – Labourer
Thomas Smyth – His Son – Age 33 – Labourer
Phillip Smyth – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Catherine Smyth – His Daughter – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 7
Thomas Reilly – Age 56 – Labourer
Ellenor Reilly – His Wife – Age 54 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Judith Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellenor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 8
Hugh Lynch – Age 40 – Farmer
Bridget Lynch – His Wife – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
Mathew Lynch – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
James Lynch – His Son – Age 6
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 10

House Number 9
Hugh Murray – Age 56 – Farmer
Catherine Murray – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
Edward Murray – His Son – Age 17
John Murray – His Son – Age 17
Bridget Murray – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Murray – His Daughter – Age 13
*Note: Edward and John Murray are twins.*

House Number 10
Patrick Murray – Age 24 – Farmer
Margaret Murray – His Wife – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Murray – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 11
John Sheridan – Age 60 – Farmer
Catherine Sheridan – His Wife – Age 57 – Spinner
Owen Sheridan – His Son – Age 27 – Labourer
Catherine Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 25 – Spinner
Bridget Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Anne Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Judith Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 9
Patrick Reilly – Age 1 – At Nurse

House Number 12
Patrick Reilly – Age 40 – Farmer
Ann Rogers – Age 36 – House Servant
Townland of Tonylion
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan

House Number 1
Patrick Smith – Age 47 – Farmer
Mary Smith – His Wife – Age 42 – Spinner
Bernard Smith – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer and Weaver
Patrick Smith – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
James Smith – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Phillip Smith – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Rose Smith – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Smith – His Daughter – Age 8
Frances Smith – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 2
Bernard Boylan – Age 30 – Farmer
Margaret Boylan – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
James Boylan – His Son – Age 2

House Number 3
William Boylan – Age 36 – Farmer
Mary Boylan – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Ellinor Caffray – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 4
Luke Boylan – Age 32 – Farmer
Mary Boylan – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
William Boylan – His Son – Age 3
Bridget Connor – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 5
Charles Boylan – Age 58 – Farmer
Patrick Boylan – His Son – Age 23 – Linen Weaver
Mathew Boylan – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Thomas Boylan – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Rose Boylan – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Mary Boylan – His Daughter – Age 10
Margaret Boylan – His Daughter – Age 8
Ellinor Boylan – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 6
Peter Boylan – Age 53 – Labobourer
Michael Boylan – His Son – Age 8

House Number 7
Anne Boylan – a widow -Age 43 – Farmer
Bernard Boylan – Her Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Eliza Boylan – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Margaret Boylan – Her Daughter – Age 12

House Number 8
Luke Boylan – Age 68 – Labourer
Margaret Boylan – His Wife – Age 63

House Number 9
Laurence Flin – Age 33 – Farmer and Blacksmith
Catherine Flin – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
Patrick Reilly – Age 22 – Apprentice

House Number 10
Hugh Parllan – Age 57 – Labourer
Thomas Parllan – His Son – Age 31
Patrick Parllan – His Son – Age 26 – Linen Weaver
Mary Parllan – His Daughter – Age 24 – Spinner
Margaret Parllan – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Jane Parllan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Catherine Parllan – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 11
Bernard Boylan – Age 40 – Farmer
Mary Bolan – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
Thomas Boylan – His Son – Age 5
Anne Boylan – His Daughter – Age 7
Margaret Boylan – His Daughter – Age 2
Catherine Smyth – Age 17 – House Servant

House Number 12
Mary Boylan – a widow – Age 63 – Farmer
William Boylan – Her Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Phillip Boylan – Her Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Bridget Kinnan – Age 25 – House Servant

House Number 13
James Boylan – Age 44 – Linen Weaver
Catherine Boylan – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Margaret Boylan – His Daughter – Age 14
Eliza Boylan – His Daughter – Age 12
Philip Boylan – His Son – Age 10
Frances Smyth – Age 20 – Apprentice

House Number 14 is uninhabited
Townland of Duffcastle
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
John Winter – Age 43 – Shoemaker
Margaret Winter – His Wife – Age 40 – Spinner
Edward Winter – His Son – Age 9
John Winter – His Son – Age 3
Mary Winter – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Elllen Winter – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 2
John McGlennen – Age 43 – Farmer
Cassey ? McGlennen – His Wife – Age 38 – Spinner
William McGlennen – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Jane McGlennen – His Daughter – Age 15

House Number 3
Barth Flood – Age 46 – Farmer and Weaver
Anne Flood – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
John Flood – His Son – Age 11
Patrick Flood – His Son – Age 6
Ellenor Flood – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Mary Flood – His Daughter – Age 5
Catherine Flood – His Daughter – Age 3
Anne Flood – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 4
Anne Sheridan – a widow – Age 61 – Flax Spinner
Edward Sheridan – Her Son – Age 26 – Schoolmaster (Unemployed)
George Sheridan – Her Son – Age 23 – Labourer

House Number 5
Benjamin Stafford – Age 43 – Linen Weaver
Catherine Stafford – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Walter Stafford – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
John Stafford – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Benjamin Stafford – His Son – Age 4
Eliza Stafford – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Sally Stafford – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Ellen Stafford – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 6
Anne Reynolds – a widow – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Reynolds – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Flax Spinner

House Number 7
John McDonald – Age 56 – Tailor and Farmer
Rose McDonald – His Wife – Age 54 – Spinner
Laurence McDonald – His Son – Age 22 – Tailor
Judith McDonald – His Daughter – Age 24 – Spinner
Bridget McDonald – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Phillip Black – Age 9

House Number 8
Mary Kierny – a widow – Age 62 – Flax Spinner
John Kierny – Her Son – Age 19 – Shoemaker
Mary Kierny – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
Henery Galligan – Age 30- Labourer
Mary Galligan – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Galligan – His Son – Age is under one year

House Number 10
Phillip McCormick – Age 54 – Labourer
Nabby McCormick – His Wife -Age 60 – Flax Spinner
Michael McCormick – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer

House Number 11
John Masterson – Age 65 – Shoemaker
Mary Masterson – His Wife – Age 61 – Flax Spinner

House Number 12
Catherine McDonald – a widow – Age 60 – Flax Spinner
James McDonald – Her Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Owen McDonald – Her Son – Age 16 – Labourer
John McDonald – Her Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Bernard McDonald – Her Son – Age 9
Elleanor McDonald – Her Daughter – Age 11

House Number 13
Frederick Stephens – Age 30 – Farmer
Mary Stephens – His Wife – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
Jane Stephens – His Daughter – Age 5
Eliza Stephens – His Daughter – Age 2
Mary Stephens – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 14
Judith Armstrong – Age 56 – Flax Spinner
William Armstrong – Her Son – Age 12

House Number 15
Anne Wallace – a widow – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Jane Wallace – Her Daughter – Age 2

House Number 16
James Lynch – Age 67 – Farmer
Sally Lynch – His Wife – Age 56 – Flax Spinner
James Lynch – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Judith Lynch – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 10
Eliza Lynch – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 17
Thomas Farrelly – Age 58 – Flax Dresser
Bridget Farrelly – His Wife – Age 54 – Flax Spinner
Patrcik Farrelly – His Son – Age 22 – Flax Dresser
Peter Farrelly – His Son – Age 20 – Linen Weaver
James Farrelly – His Son – Age 14 – Linen Weaver
Mary Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Farrelly – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 18
Robert Magauran – Age 52 – Farmer
Catherine Magauran – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Robert Magauran – His Son – Age 8
Eliza Magauran – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Jane Magauran – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Martha Magauran – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Magauran – His Daughter – Age 11
Charles McConnell – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 19
Margaret Stephens – a widow – Age 39 – Flax Spinner
Richard Stephens – Her Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Thomas Stephens – Her Son – Age 7

House Number 20
Mary Wallace – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
William Wallace – Her Son – Age 10
John Wallace – Her Son – Age 6
Jane Wallace – Her Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Mary Wallace – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Martha Wallace – Her Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner

House Number 21
Richard Luke – Age 37 – Pensioner
Jane Luke – His Wife – Age 34 – Flax Spinner
Richard Luke – His Son -Age 2

House Number 22
Catherine Stephens – a widow – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
James Stephens – Her Son – Age 10
Mathew Wattson – Age 34 – Linen Weaver and Lodger

House Number 23
Mary McManus – Age 46 – Flax Spinner

House Number 24
Andrew Walsh – Age 36 – Labourer
Eliza Walsh – His Wife – Age 34 – Flax Spinner
Henery Walsh – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Walsh – His Son – Age 7
Mary Walsh – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 25
Michael Reilly – Age 40 – Farmer
Bridget Reilly – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Francis Reilly – His Son – Age 6

House Number 26
Edward Flavor ? – Age 34 – Labourer
Bridget Flavor ?- His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
John Flavor? – His Father – Age 75
Catherine Flavor?- His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 27
Michael Clarke – Age 623 – Labourer
Mary Clarke – His Wife – Age 56 – Flax Spinner
Charles Clarke – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Ellenor Clarke – His Daughter – Age 24 – Spinner
Anne Clarke – His Daughter – Age 11
Edward Cottingham – Age 4 – At Nurse

House Number 28
Edward Stephens – Age 42 – Farmer
Mary Stephens – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
Jane Stephens – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Susanagh Stephens – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 29
William Stephens – Age 57 ? – Farmer
Eliza Stephens – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
John Stephens – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Richard Stephens – His Son – Age 8
Mary Stephens – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Fanny Stephens – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Anne Stephens – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Jane Stephens – His Daughter – Age 11
Ally Stephens – His Daughter – Age 6
Susanagh Stephens – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 30
John Pickens – Age 54 – Farmer and Linen Weaver
Eliza Pickens – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Samuel Pickens – His Son – Age 6
John Pickens – His Son – Age 4
Eliza Pickens – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 31
Mary Lynch – a widow – Age 58 – Farmer
Bernard Lynch – Her Son – Age 12
Mary Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner
Margaret Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner

House Number 32
Catherine Lynch – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Lynch – Her Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Anne Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 10

Catherine Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 8

 

Townland of Crosserlough Rockes
(Last word not very clear, spelling may be incorrect)
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Thomas Cusack – Age 48 – Farmer
Bridget Cusack – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Cusack – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Edward Cusack – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Farrell Cusack – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Patrick Cusack – His Son – Age 9
Mary Cusack – His Sdaughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Owen Brady – Age 10 – Cow Herd
*Note: Thomas and Edward Cusack are Twins.*

House Number 2
Charles Lynch – Age 56 – Farmer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Owen Lynch – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Peter Lynch – His Son – Age 20 – Weaver
James Lynch – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Ellen Lynch – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 3
Owen Lynch – Age 28
Rose Lynch – His Wife – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
Peter Lynch – His Son – Age 1

House Number 4
James O’Brien – Age 50 – Farmer
Margaret O’Brien – His Wife – Age 52 – Flax Spinner
Patrick O’Brien – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
John O’Brien – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Margaret O’Brien – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Ellenor O’Brien – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Anne O’Brien – His Daughter – Age 10

House Number 5
Ann Lynch – a widow – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
John Kerr – Her Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Peter Kerr – Her Son – Age 11

House Number 6
Patrick Kellery – Age 41 – Farmer
Ellen Kellery – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
Mary Kellery – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 7
John Reilly – Age 50 – Labourer
James Reilly – His Son – Age 12
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner

House Number 8
Ellenor Coyle – a widow – Age 56 – Spinner
Ellenor Coyle – Her Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner

House Number 9
James Corr – Age 40 – Labourer
Eliza Corr – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
William Corr – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Andrew Corr – His Son – Age 10
John Corr – His Son – Age 7
James Corr – His Son – Age 5
Eliza Corr – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 10
John McManus – Age 73 – Flax Dresser
Anne McManus – His wife – Age 65 – Flax Dresser

House Number 11
Francis Magovern – Age 50 – Framer and Cooper
Margaret Magovern – His Wife – Age 43 – Flax Spinner
Mathew Magovern – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Ally Magovern – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Brady – A Relation – Age 4

House Number 12
Michael Galligan – Age 30 – Farmer
Bridget Galligan – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
Peter Galligan – His Son – Age 2
Margaret Brady – Age 22 – House Servant

House Number 13
James Reilly – Age 54 – Farmer
Mary Reilly – His Wife – Age 48 – Flax Spinner
Peter Reilly – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
John Reilly – His Son – Age 8
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Nabby Reilly – His Daughter – Age 15

House Number 14
Farrell Reilly – Age 60 – Farmer
Catherine Reilly – His Wife – Age 52 – Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Ellinor Reilly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Eliza Reilly – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
*Note: Ellinor and Eliza Reilly are Twins.*

House Number 15
Barth Reilly – Age 51 – Farmer
Michael Reilly – His Son – Age 28 – Labourer
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner

House Number 16
James Reilly – Age 22 – Tailor
Bridget Reilly – His Mother – Age 50 – Spinner
Anthony Callaghan – A Relation – Age 4

House Number 17
John Arden – Age 56 – Farmer
Mary Arden – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Arden – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Mathew Arden – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Peter Arden – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
John Arden – His Son – Age 5
Michael Arden – His Son – Age 3
Mary Arden – His Daughter – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Arden – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Rose Arden – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 18
John Fitzsimmons – Age 54 – Farmer
Margaret Fitzsimmons – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Rose Fitzsimmons – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner

House Number 19
Thomas Reilly – Age 46 – Labourer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 42 – Spinner
Owen Reilly – His Son – Age 11
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 20
Terence Reilly – Age 54 – Labourer
Ellen Reilly – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Reilly – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Judith Gaffney – Age 25 – Spinner and Lodger

House Number 21
Thomas Smyth – Age 40 – Farmer
Catherine Smyth – His Wife – Age 36
John Smyth – His Son – Age 10
Thomas Smyth – His Son – Age 2
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Ellen Smyth – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 22
Mary Smith – Age 57 – Framer
Anne Brady – Age 14 – Spinner and Lodger
House Number 23
Kenney Daly – Age 45 – Farmer
Judith Daly – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Owen Daly – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Ellenor Daly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Spinner
Mary Daly – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Bridget Daly – His Daughter – Age 10
Rose Daly – His Daughter – Age 8
Margaret Daly – His Daughter – Age 6
Judith Daly – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne Daly – His Daughter – Age 3
Anne Callaghan – Age 68 – Lodger

House Number 24
Thomas Smyth – Age 40 – Farmer and Taylor
Bridget Smyth – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Phillip Smyth – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 3
Peter Smyth – His Son – Age 1
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 14
Margaret Smyth – His Daughter – Age 7
Ellinor Smyth – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 25
Bernard Cusack – Age 60 – Farmer
Mary Cusack – His Wife – Age 57 – Flax Spinner
Phillip Cusack – His Son – Age 30 – Labourer
Thomas Cusack – His Son – Age 28 – Labourer
James Cusack – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Mary Cusack – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Cusack – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner

House Number 26
Owen Lynch – Age 54 – Farmer
Anne Lynch – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Mary Gaffney – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 27
Barth Lynch – Age 25 – Farmer
Margaret Lynch – His Wife – Age 23 – Flax Spinner
Judith Lynch – His Daughter – Age 1
Mary McCormick – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 28
Terence Galligan – Age 24 – Linen Weaver
Judith Galligan – His Wife – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Jane Black – Age 15 – Lodger and Flax Spinner

House Number 29
James Smyth – Age 36 – Farmer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months

House Number 30
James Smyth – Age 50 – Farmer
Margaret Smyth – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
John Smyth – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Catherine Smyth – His Daughter – Age 1 – Flax Spinner

House Number 31
Patrick Smyth – Age 27 – Labourer
Mary Smith – His Wife – Age 27 – Flax Spinner

House Number 32
Catherine Lynch – a widow – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Hugh Lynch – Her Son – Age 7
James Lynch – Her Son – Age 5

House Number 33
Jane Little – a widow – Age 46 – Farmer
Owen Little – Her Son – Age 11
Hugh Little – Her Son – Age 7
Bridget Little – Her Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Judith Little – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Anne Little – Her Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Little – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 34
Andrew Smyth – Age 54 – Farmer
Bridget Smyth – His Wife – Age 45 – Flax Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Rose Smyth – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 35
Patrick Quin – Age 40 – Shoemaker
Catherine Quin – His Wife – Age 38 – Flax Spinner
Peter Quin – His Son – Age 14 – Shoemaker
Patrick Quin – His Son – Age 10
Mary Quin – His Daughter – Age – 16 – Flax Spinner

House Number 36
Patrick ?ine – Age 57 – ?eatherman
Bridget ?ine – His Wife – Age 53 – Flax Spinner
Patrick ?ine – His Son – Age 7

House Number 37
Charles Smyth – Age 50 – Labourer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 12
Andrew Smyth – His Son – Age 8

House Number 38
Michael McDermott – Age 53 – Cooper
Catherine McDermott – His Wife – Age 37 – Flax Spinner
Mary McDermott – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Anne McDermott – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Margarett McDermott – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Ellen McDermott – His Daughter – Age 10 – Flax Spinner

House Number 39
Thomas Fitzsimmons – Age 56 – Farmer
Mary Fitzsimmons – His Wife – Age 45 – Flax Spinner
Joseph Fitzsimmons – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer

House Number 40
Patrick Gaffney – Age 30 – Farmer
Anne Gaffney – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
Mary Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 41
Michael Campbell – Age 32 – Farmer and Carpenter
Catherine Campbell – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Patrick Campbell – His Son – Age 2
Bridget Campbell – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Bridget Maginnis – Age 22 – House Servant

House Number 42
Phillip Brady – Age 40 – Farmer
Mary Brady – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Owen Brady – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Charles Brady – His Son – Age 10
Mary Brady – His Daughter – Age 8
Margaret Brady – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 43
Anne Malone – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Charles Malone – His Son – Age 7

House Number 44
Barth Daily – Age 40 – Farmer
Judith Daily – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Mark Daily – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Michael Daily – His Son – Age 8
Mary Daily – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Daily – His Daughter – Age 6
Margaret Daily – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 45
John Smyth – Age 38 – Linen Weaver
Ann Smyth – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
James Smyth – His Son – Age 7
Margaret Smyth – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 46
James Cunningham – Age 53 – Labourer
William Cunningham – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Margaret Cunningham – Flax Spinner – Age 16

House Number 47
John Coyle – Age 26 – Farmer
Bridget Coyle – His Wife – Age 24 – Flax Spinner

House Number 48
Patrick Coyle – Age 62 – FAarmer
Mary Coyle – His Wife – Age 58 – Flax Spinner
Terence Coyle – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer

House Number 49
Margaret Reilly – a widow – Age 40 – Farmer
William Reilly – Her Son – Age 8
Patrick Reilly – Her Son – Age 4
Bridget Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 6
Margaret Reilly – Her Daughter – Age 2
Patrick Smyth – Age 62 – Labourer and Lodger
Ann Smyth – Age 34 – Spinner and Lodger

House Number 50
Mary Reilly – Age 56 – Flax Spinner

House Number 52
Phillip Reilly – Age 50 – Farmer
Bridget Reilly – His Wife – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
John Reilly – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 6
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 2
Margaret Reilly – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 52
John Reilly – Age 56 – Farmer and Weaver
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 53 – Spinner
Terence Reilly – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Hugh Reilly – His Son – Age 22 – Linen Weaver
Charles Reilly – His Son – Age 10
Bridget Reilly – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Reilly – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 53
Patrick Reilly – Age 63 – Farmer
Ellinor Reilly – His Wife – Age 57 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Terence Reilly – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Mary Reilly – His Daughter – Age 27 – Flax Spinner
Michael Smyth – A Lodger – Age 29 – Gardener and Labourer

House Number 54
Phillip Callwell – Age 36 – Farmer
Catherine Callwell – His Wife – Age 3_? – Flax Spinner
Patrick Callwell – His Son – Age 6
Anne Callwell – His Daughter – Age 4
Michael Callwell – A Lodger – Age 38 – Shoemaker
Mathew Geggarty – A Lodger – Age 54 – Linen Weaver
Mary Maguire – Age 28 – House Servant

House Number 55
Phillip Callwell – Age 36 – Farmer
John Callwell – His Son – Age 8
Peter Calwell – His Son – Age 2
Margaret Calwell – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary McDonald – Age 19 – House Servant

House Number 56
Jane McEvoy – a widow – Age 47 – Flax Spinner
Mathew McEvoy – Her Son – Age 13 – Labourer
John McEvoy – Her Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Bridget McEvoy – Her Daughter – Age 6

 

Townland of Ballincurry
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
John Boylan – Age 55 – Farmer
Margaret Boylan – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Mathew Boylan – His Son – Age 14 – Labourer
Michael Boylan – His Son – Age 7
John Boylan – His Son – Age 5
Peter Boylan – His Son – Age 3
Thomas Boylan – His Son – Age is under one year
Catherine Boylan – Age 12 – Spinner

House Number 2
William Reilly – Age 56 – Farmer
Owen Reilly – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
James Reilly – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Francis Reilly – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Eliza Reilly – His Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
House Number 3

Henry Nicholson – Age 50 – Farmer
Sally Nicholson – His Wife – Age 47 – Spinner
James Nicholson – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Henry Nicholson – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Eliza Nicholson – His Daughter – Age 23 – Spinner
Sally Nicholson – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Margaret Nicholson – His Daughter – Age 8
Susanagh Nicholson – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 4
William Wallace – Age 40 – Farmer
James Wallace – His Son – Age 12
John Wallace – His Son – Age 10
Thomas Wallace – His Son – Age 8
William Wallace – His Son – Age 4
Sally Wallace – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner

House Number 5
Bridget McDaniel – a widow – Age 54 – Farmer
Thomas McDaniel – Her Son – Age 21 – Labourer
Michael McDaniel – Her Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Patrick McDaniel – Her Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Mary McDaniel – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner

House Number 6
Henery Maguire – Age 36 – Farmer
Sally Maguire – His Mother – Age 64 – Spinner
Jane Maguire – His Sister – Age 27 – Spinner
Margaret Maguire – His Sister – Age 25 – Spinner
Andrew Brady – Age 16 – Servant and Labourer
Paul Sheridan – Age 23 – Linen Weaver
James Maguire – Age 26 – Servant and Labourer
Henery Maguire – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 7
Andrew Lynch – Age 57 – Labourer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 45 – Spiner
Thomas Lynch – His Son – Age 10
Andrew Lynch – His Son – Age 8
Charles Lynch – His Son – Age 2
Rose Lynch – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 8
Phillip Dowd – Age 46 – labourer
Bridget Dowd – His Wife – Age 36 – Spinner
Rose Dowd – His Daughter – Age 12
Mary Dowd – His Daughter – Age 8
Catherine Dowd – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Dowd – His Daughter – Age 4
Judith Dowd – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 9
Edward Brady – Age 32 – Labourer
Mary Brady – His Wife – Age 25 – Spinner
Anne Brady – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 10
James Maguire – Age 40 – Labourer
George Maguire – His Son – Age 8
Jane Maguire – His Daughter – Age 6

House Number 11
James Sheridan – Age 30 – Labourer
Catherine Sheridan – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Patrick Sheridan – His Son – Age 8
Farrell Sheridan – His Son – Age 3
Charles Sheridan – His Son – Age 1
Rose Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 12
Patrick Dunnery – Age 35 – Farmer
Catherine Dunnery – His Wife – Age 32 – Spinner

Owen Dunnery – His Son – Age 3
Rose Dunnery – His Daughter – Age 9
Mary Dunnery – His Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Dunnery – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 13
Michael Lee -Age 35 – Labourer
Rose Lee – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
James Lee – His Son – Age 8
Rose Lee – His Daughter – Age 6
Bernard Lee – His Son – Age 4
Phillip Lee – His Son – Age 2

House Number 14
Michael Maguire – Age 50 – Linen Weaver
Mary Maguire – Age 76 – Spinner
Ellinor Maguire – Age 8

House Number 15
Anne Cusick – a widow – Age 40 – Spinner
James Smyth – her son – Age 6

Townland of Leheresy
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Catherine Boylan – a widow – Age 48 – Spinner
Anne Boylan – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Brady – Age 37 – Lodger
Penberton Brady – Age 4

House Number 2
Owen McMahon – Age 43 – Farmer and Weaver
Mary McMahon – His Wife – Age 39 – Flax Spinner
Thomas McMahon – His Son – Age 11
Patrick McMahon – His Son – Age 9
James McMahon – His Son – Age 7
Anne McMahon – His Daughter – Age 3
Mary McEvoy – Age 19 – House Servant

House Number 3
Peter Coyle – AGE 48 – farmer
Anne Coyle – His Wife – Age 45 – Flax Spinner
James Coyle – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Patrick Coyle – His Son – Age 14
Phillip Coyle – His Son – Age 12
Peter Coyle – His Son – Age 6
Mary Coyle – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Coyle – His Daughter – Age 8
James Coyle – Age 28 – Servant and Labourer
Anne Bell – Age 20 – House Servant
Anne Reilly – Age 25 – House Servant

House Number 4
Rose McMahon – a widow – Age 54 – Farmer
Thomas McMahon – Her Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Owen McMahon – Her Son – Age 13
Mary McMahon – Her Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner
Anne McMahon – Her Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Nabby McMahon – Her Daughter – Age 11
Bridget McMahon – Her Daughter – Age 6

House Number 5
James McKeon – Age 65 – Framer
Anne McKeon – Age 53 – His Wife – Flax Spinner
James McKeon – His Son – Age 17 – Labourer
Thomas McKeon – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Anne McKeon – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Judith McKeon – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Michael Brady – Age 3 – An Orphan
Owen McKeon – Age 22 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 6
Patrick Brady – Age 41 – Farmer and Carpenter
Margaret Brady – His Wife – Age 23 – Flax Spinner
James Brady – His Son – Age is under one year
Bridget Boylan – Age 17 – House Servant
Michael Boylan – Age 15 – Seravnt and Labourer

House Number 7
Patrick Brady – Age 64 – Farmer
Bridget Brady – His Wife – Age 56 – Spinner
Margaret Boylan – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner
Bridget McKiernan – Age 12 – An Orphan
Michael Boyle – Age 12 – Cow Herd
Ann Coony – Age 4 – Lodger

House Number 8
Owen Brady – Age 27 – Farmer
Margaret Brady – His Wife – Age 25 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Brady – His Son – Age is under one year
Ellenor Brady – His Daughter – Age 1 year and six months
Anne Monaghan – Age 13 – House Servant

House Number 9
Alick White – Age 58 – Farmer and Weaver
Anne White – His Wife – Age 60 – Flax Spinner
Alick White – His Son – Age 21 – Linen Weaver
Alick Bohannan – A Relation – Age 13 – Cow Herd
Robert White – A Relation – Age 4
Mary Bohannan – Age 23 – House Servant
Thomas Finnigan – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 10
Thomas Reilly – Age 63 – Farmer
Margaret Reilly – His Wife – Age 55 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Daffney Reilly – His Daughter – Age 16 – Flax Spinner
Anne Reilly – His Daughter – Flax Spinner
Ellen Kulken – A Relation – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Ruddin – A Relation – Age 4

House Number 11
Mathew McDonald – Age 34 – FARMER
Catherine McDonald – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Bernard McDonald – His Son – Age 7
John McDonald – His Son – Age 5
Anne McDonald – His Daughter – Age 2
Judith Galligan – Age 12 – An Orphan

House Number 12
Patrick McKiernan – Age 35 – Farmer
Mary McKiernan – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
James McKiernan – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Patrick McKiernan – His Son – Age 6
Mary McKiernan – His Daughter – Age 10
Catherine McKiernan – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne McKiernan – His Daughter – Age 2
Bridget McKiernan – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 13
Owen Boylan – Age 40 – Labourer
Catherine Boylan – His Wife – Age 30
Michael Boylan – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Catherine Boylan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Mary Boylan – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne Boylan – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 14
Charles Cummusky – Age 33 – Labourer
Bridget Cummusky – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Cummusky – His Son – Age 2
Mary Cummusky – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 15
Patrick Finnigan – Age 62 – Labourer
Mary Finnigan – His Wife – Age 60 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Finnigan – His Son – Age 6
Judith Finnigan – His Daughter – Age 10

House Number 16
Patrick Coyle – Age 46 – Farmer
Eliza Coyle – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Edward Coyle – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Peter Coyle – His Son – Age 10
Patrick Coyle – His Son – Age 7
Eliza Coyle – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Jane Coyle – His Daughter – Age 9

House Number 17
Francis Pirkin – Age ?
Bridget Pirkin – His Wife – Age 60 – Spinner
Mathew Pirkin – His Brother – Age 65 – Labourer

House Number 18 is unihabited

House Number 19
James Plunkett – Age 40 – Line Weaver
Mary Plunkett – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Plunkett – His Son – Age 10
Connor Plunkett – His Son – Age 7

House Number 20
John Cooke – Age 26 – Farmer
Daffney Cooke – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Cooke – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Cooke – His Daughter – Age 3
Anne McEvoy – A Lodger – Age 30 – Flax Spinner

House Number 21
Mary Hinns – a widow – Age 54 – Farmer
Phillip Hinns – Her Son – Age 30 – Labourer and Cooper
Margaret Hinns – Her Daughter – Age 26 – Spinner
Bridget Hinns – Her Daughter – Age 28
Patrick Mohan – Age 6

House Number 22
Antony McEvoy – Age 67 – Farmer
Mary McEvoy – His Wife – Age 60 – Flax Spinner
John McEvoy – His Son – Age 30 – Labourer
Peter McEvoy – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Bridget Reilly – Age 20 – House Servant
John Smith – Age 12 – Cowboy

House Number 23
Michael McEvoy – Age 35 – Farmer
Mary McEvoy – His Wife – Age 26 – Flax Spinner
Mary McEvoy – His Daughter – Age is under one year
Mary Cannolin – Age 21 – House Servant

House Number 24
James Gaffney – Age 52 – Farmer
Ann Gaffney – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Michael Gaffney – His Son – Age 26 – Labourer
Walter Gaffney – His Son – Age 18
Margaret Gaffney – His Daughter – Age ?
Eliza Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Anor Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 10
Ann Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 4
Thomas Cahill – Age 30 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 25
Mathew Brady – Age 25 – Linen Weaver
Mary Brady – His Wife – Age 27
Rodrick Brady – His Son – Age 3
Bridget Brady – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 26 – A new house uninhabited

House Number 27
Patrick Cooke – Age 38 – Labourer
Margaret Cooke – His Wife – Age 36 – Flax Spinner
Terence Cooke – His Son – Age 12
Patrick Cooke – His Son – Age 10
Hugh Cooke – His Son – Age 6
Ellenor – Cooke – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 28
Hugh Boylan – Age 50 – Labourer
Bridget Boylan – His Wife – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Anne Boylan – His Daughter – Age 24 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Boylan – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner

House Number 29
Patrick Boylan – Age 62 – Labourer
Judith Boylan – His Daughter – Age 38

House Number 30
Margaret McCormick – Age 36 – Flax Spinner

House Number 31
Michael Hart – Age 56 – Farmer
Anne Hart – His Wife – Age 50 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Hart – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
John Hart – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Mary Hart – His Son – Age 27 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Hart – His Daughter – Age 30 – Flax Spinner

House Number 32
John Mulvanney – Age 28 – Butcher
Thomas Mulvanney – His Brother – Age 25 – Butcher
Rose Mulvanney – His Sister – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Michael Gaffney – Age 1

House Number 33
Thomas Gaffney – Age 32 – Labourer
Peter Gaffney – His Son – Age 9
Patrick Gaffney – His Son – Age 3
Catherine Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 5

House Number 34
John Cassey – Age 55 – Farmer
Anne Cassey – His Wife Age – 50 – Flax Spinner
John Cassey – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Anne Cassey – His Daughter – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Cassey – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner

House Number
Mathew Cassey – Age 27 – Farmer
Rose Cassey – His Wife – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Cassey – His Son – Age 2
John Cassey – His Son – Age is under one year

House Number 36
Michael Heary – Age 66 – Farmer
Mary Heary – His Wife – Age 64 – Flax Spinner
James Heary – His Son – Age 35 – Farmer
Michael Heary – His Grandson – Age 1
Mary Heary – His Grandaughter – Age 3
Anne Heary – His Daughter – in law – Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Heart – Age 24 – House Servant
Peter McEwen – Age 14 – Cow Boy

House Number 37
Hugh Calwell – Age 64 – Farmer
Frances Calwell – His Wife – Age 60 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Calwell – His Son – Age 25 – Linen Weaver
Edward Calwell – His Son – Age 23 – Labourer
Hugh Calwell – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Frances Calwell – His Daughter – Age 17 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Calwell – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Mary Calwell – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 38
John Cannolin – Age 45 – Labourer and Weaver
Bridget Cannolin – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Mathew Cannolin – His Son – Age 18
Patrick Cannolin – His Son – Age 15 – Cowboy
John Cannolin – His Son – Age 7
Francis Cannolin – His Son – Age 4
Bridget Cannolin – His Daughter – Age 2
Margaret Cannolin – His Daughter – Age is under one year

House Number 39
Patrick Mohan – Age 34 – Labourer
Anne Mohan – His Wife – Age 35 – Flax Spinner
Terence Mohan – His Son – Age 9
Rose Mohan – His Daughter – Age 7

House Number 40
John Bohannan – Age 32 – Labourer
Sally Bohannan – His Wife – Age 28 – Flax Spinner
John Bohannan – His Son Age 8
Eliza Bohannan – His Daughter – Age 10
Anne Bohannan – His Daughter – Age 6
Margaret Bohannan – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Bohannan – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 41
Connor Reilly – Age 30 – Labourer
Ellen Reilly – His Wife – Age 26 – Spinner
John Reilly – His Son – Age 4
Patrick Reilly – His Son – Age 1

House Number 42
Phillip Smith – Age 35 – Labourer
Mary Smith – His Wife – Age 32 – Flax Spinner
James Smith – His Son – Age 11
Barth Smith – His Son – Age 4
Margaret Smith – His Daughter – Age 6
Bridget Smith – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Smith – His Daughter – Age 1

House Number 43
Anne Bannon – Age 46 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Bannon – Her Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Thomas Bannon – Her Son – Age 9

Townland of ???? (Looks like Chiheart ????)
Parish of Crosserlough
Barony of Castlerahan
County of Cavan
House Number 1
Owen Daly – Age 36 – Framer
Anne Daly – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
William Daly – His Son – Age 11
James Daly – His Son – Age 9
Bernard Daly – His Son – Age 6

House Number 2
Phillip Brady – Age 26 – Farmer
Ellinor Brady – His Wife – Age 21 – Spinner

House Number 3
Patrick Cooney – Age 48 – Farmer
Judith Cooney – His Wife – Age 46 – Spinner
Michael Cooney – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
John Cooney – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
Anne Cooney – His Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Catherine Cooney – His Daughter – Age 12 – Spinner
Ally Cooney – His Daughter – Age 10
Mary Cooney – His Daughter – Age 3
Bridget Cooney – His Daughter – Age 1
Mary Cooney – Age 18 – Spinner

House Number 4
Thomas Hourican – Age 52 Farmer
Rose Hourican – His Wife – Age 50 – Spinner
John Hourican – His Son – Age 25 – Labourer
Catherine Hourican – His Daughter – Age 21
Rose Hourican – His Daughter – Age 16

House Number 5
John Hourican – Age 24 – Farmer
Thomas Hourican – His Brother – Age 15 – Labourer
Patrick Hourican – His Brother – Age 13 – Labourer

House Number 6
John Thomson – Age 47 – Farmer and Weaver
Margaret Thomson – His Wife – Age 56 – Spinner
Mary Cole – A Relation – Age 16 – Spinner

House Number 7
Mathew Thomson – Age 30 – Farmer and Weaver
Sally Thomson – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
John Thomson – His Son – Age 7
Henery Thomson – His Son – Age 1
Anne Thomson – His Daughter – Age 5
Margaret Thomson – His Daughter – Age 3

House Number 8

Joseph Lynch – Age 33 – Farmer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 31 – Spinner
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age 9
Bernard Lynch – His Son – Age 7
Ellinor Lynch – His Daughter – Age 5
Catherine Lynch – His Daughter – Age 3
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 1
Michael Clarke – Age 18 – Ervant and Labourer

House Number 9
Mary Burrows – a widow – Age 43 – Farmer and Spinner
Thomas Burrows – Her Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Bridget Burrows – Her Son – Age 16

House Number 10
Connor Malady – Age 36 – Farmer
Catherine Malady – His Wife – Age 33 – Spinner
Bernard Malady – His Son – Age 6
Patrick Malady – His Son – Age 2
Mary Malady – His Daughter – Age 4
Margaret Caffray – Age 17 – House Servant

House Number 11
Edward Currigan – Age 32 – Blacksmith
Mary Currigan – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Bridget Currigan – His Daughter – Age 3
Jane Cuurigan – A Relation – Age 54 – Spinner

House Number 12
Phillip Black – Age 46 – Labourer
Catherine Black – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Thomas Black – His Son – Age 16 – Labourer
John Black – His Son – Age 13 – Labourer
Bridget Black – His Daughter – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Black – His Daughter – Age 18 – Flax Spinner

House Number 13
Daniel Hourican – Age 50 – Labourer
Margaret Hourican – His Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Anne Hourican – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 14
Connor McEnroe – Age 42 – Farmer
Mary McEnroe – His Wife – Age 44 – Spinner
Judith McEnroe – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Mary McEnroe – His Daughter – Age 13 – Spinner
Bridget McEnroe – His Daughter – Age 11 – Spinner
Rose McEnroe – His Daughter – Age 9 – Spinner
Bernard Lynch – Age 19 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 15
John Murray – Age 63 – Farmer
Thomas Murray – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Mary Murray – His Daughter – Age 21 – Spinner

House Number 16
James Maginnis – Age 50 – Farmer
Catherine Maginnis – His Wife – Age 48 – F;lax Spinner
John Maginnis – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Mary Maginnis – His Daughter – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Anne Maginnis – His Daughter – Age 15 – Flax Spinner
Catherine Maginnis – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Eliza Maginnis – His Daughter – Age 9
Ellinor Maginnis – His Daughter – Age 7
Catherine Ruske – Age 18 – House Servant
John Reilly – Age 15 – Servant and Labourer
John Gillick – Age 18 – Linen Weaver
William Witch ? – Age 48 – Linen Weaver

House Number 17
Thomas Smyth – Age 46 – Farmer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 43 – Spinner
Thomas Smyth – His Son – Age 6
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 19 – Spinner
Catherine Smyth – His Daughter – Age 17 – Spinner
Ellinor Smyth – His Daughter – Age 14
Rose Smyth – His Daughter – Age 8

House Number 18
Thomas Gillick – Age 62 – Farmer
Catherine Gillick – His Wife – Age 53 – Spinner
Patrick Gillick – His Son – Age 21 – Labourer
James Gillick – His Son – Age 19 – Labourer
Luke Gaffney – Age 14 – Servant and Labourer

Judith Lynch – Age 18 – House Servant
Ellinor Galligan – Age 15 – House Servant

House Number 19
Michael Murray – Age 33 – Farmer and A Tythe Collector
Margaret Murray – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
John Murray – His Son – Age 10
Charles Murray – His Son – Age 8
Michael Murray – His Son – Age 4
Thomas Murray – His Son – Age 1
Mary Murray – His Daughter – Age 12 – Flax Spinner
Anne Murray – His Daughter – Age 10
Ellenor Murray – His Daughter – Age 6
Mary Carr – Age 18 House Servant

House Number 20
Peter Galligan – Age 40 – Farmer
Bridget Galligan – Age 43 – Spinner
Francis Galligan – His Son – Age 7
Bridget Galligan – His Daughter – Age 5
Mary Sheridan – Age 18 – House Servant
Judith Reilly – Age 20 – House Servant
Peter Galligan – Age 27 – Servant and Labourer
Thomas Boyle – Age 30 Servant and Labourer

House Number 21
Michael Boyle – Age 30 – Labourer and Flax Dresser
Bridget Boyle – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Neil Boyle – His Brother – Age 19 – Hackler
Bridget Boyle – His Sister – Age 14 – Spinner
Mary Caffray – Age 20 – Spinner

House Number 22
Rose Lynch – a widow – Age 45 – Farmer
Andrew Lynch – Her Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Paul Lynch – Her Son – Age 4
Mary Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 18 – Spinner
Rose Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 14 – Spinner
Catherine Lynch – Her Daughter – Age 6
John Cummusky – Age 20 – Servant and Labourer

House Number 23
John Lynch – Age 43 – Farmer and Tithe Collector
Ellenor Lynch – His Wife – Age 40 – Flax Spinner
Edward Lynch – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Paul Lynch – His Son – Age 15 – Labourer
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 10
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Bernard McKeon – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Peter Reilly – Age 30 – Seravnt and Labourer

House Number 24
Edward Lynch – Age 26 – Labourer
Catherine Lynch – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
John Lynch – His Son – Age is under one year
Margarett McEvoy – Age 18 House Servant
Mary Gaffney – Age 12 – House Servant

House Number 25
John Lynch – Age 27 – Labourer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 24 – Spinner
Patrick Lynch – His Son – Age is under one year
Judith Lynch – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 26
James Lynch – Age 33 – Labourer
Mary Lynch – His Wife – Age 30 – Spinner
Owen Lynch – His Son – Age 6
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 2
John Lynch – His Son – Age 1
Catherine Pirkinson – Age 58 – Flax Spinner

House Number 27
Terence Lynch – Age 43 – Labourer
Edward Lynch – His Son – Age 12 – Labourer
Michael Lynch – His Son – Age 6
Bridget Lynch – His Daughter – Age 14 – Flax Spinner
Judith Lynch – His Daughter – Age 4

House Number 28
Owen Lynch – Age 28 – Labourer
Eliza Lynch – His Wife – Age 28 – Spinner
Mary Lynch – His Daughter – Age 4
Daffney Caffray – A Relation – Age 20 – Flax Spinner
Bridget Caffray – A Relation – Age 13 – Flax Spinner

House Number 29
Simon Smyth – Age 45 – Farmer
Catherine Smyth – His Wife – Age 35 – Spinner
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 11
Simon Smyth – His Son – Age 2 years and six months
Laurence Smyth – His Son – Age is under one year
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 13 – Flax Spinner
Margaret Tully – His Daughter – Age 20 – House Servant

House Number 30
Barth Smyth – Age 40 – Farmer
Mary Smyth – His Wife – Age 37 – Spinner
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 11
Michael Smyth – His Son – Age 9
Charles Smyth – His Son – Age is under one year
Judith Smyth – His Daughter – Age 4
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2
Patrick McCabe – Age 18 – Servant and Labourer
Peter McDermod – Age 60 – Hackler

House Number 31
Phillip Smyth – Age 32 – Farmer
Ellenor Smyth – His Wife- Age 27 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 2

House Number 32
John Smyth – Age 28 – Farmer
Bridget Smyth – His Wife- Age 26 – Spinner
Patrick Smyth – His Son – Age 1
Anne Smyth – His Daughter – Age 4
Ellenor Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 33
Patrick Smyth – Age 58 – Farmer
Anne Smyth – His Wife – Age 56 – Spinner
Anne Smyth – His Daughter – Age 20
Henery Smyth – His Son – Age 22 – Labourer
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – in law – Age 20 – Flax Spinner

House Number 34
Thomas Lynch – Age 36 – School Master
Ellenor Smyth – His Wife- Age 30 – Flax Spinner
Peter Smyth – His Son – Age 10
John Smyth – His Son – Age 8
Thomas Smyth – His Son – Age 6
Mary Smyth – His Daughter – Age 4
Anne Smyth – His Daughter – Age 2

House Number 35
Mathew Sheridan – Age 46 – Labourer
Ellinor Sheridan – His Wife – Age 42 – Flax Spinner
Mary Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 4
Bridget Sheridan – His Daughter – Age 2
Bridget Maguire – His Mother – in law – Age 65 – Flax Spinner
Bernard Maguire – A Relation – Age 24 – Hackler

House Number 36
Charles Callwell – Age 68 – Labourer
Catherine Callwell – His Daughter – Age 32 – Flax Spinner

House Number 37
Thomas Gaffney – Age 25 – Farmer
Ellinor Gaffney – His Wife – Age 22 – Flax Spinner
Eliza Gaffney – His Daughter – Age 1
Mary McDermod – Age 24 – House Servant

House Number 38
Charles Fitzsimmons – Age 57 – Farmer
Thomas Fitzsimmons – His Son – Age 24 – Labourer
Ellenor Fitsimmons – His Daughter – Age 19 – Flax Spinner
Patrick Brady – Age 53 – Servant and Labourer
Anne Gaffney – Age 16 – House Servant

House Number 39
Thomas Flood – Age 63 – Farmer
Michael Flood – His Son – Age 20 – Labourer
Owen Flood – His Son – Age 18 – Labourer
Rose Flood – His Daughter – Age 15 – Spinner
Margaret Flood – His Daughter – Age 12
Anne Geherty – Age 30 – House Servant
Jane Hourican – Age ? – House Servant