2 edition of Griffith Valuation of Ennis 1855 found in the catalog.
Griffith Valuation of Ennis 1855
Ennis Civic Trust/FaМЃs Community Response Project.
by Ennis Civic Trust/Fás Community Response Project. in Ennis
Written in English
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The Ordnance Survey documents, comprising over 3, maps and 2, registers, and Griffith's valuations of , , and , were the surviving products of Griffith's efforts, and they constitute perhaps the greatest sources in all of Irish genealogy/5(5). The Griffith Valuation of was undertaken to determine the amount of tax each tenant should pay towards the support of the poor within his Poor Law Union. In addition to giving the name of the occupier or tenant it provides the name of the immediate lessor, the name of the townland or city location, the area and value of holding and the.
Ireland, Griffith's Valuation, 1,, records. The Primary Valuation was the first full-scale valuation of property in Ireland. It was overseen by Richard Griffith and published between and It is one of the most important surviving 19th century genealogical sources. Search. Advanced search Hide advanced search. Griffith's Valuation of Limerick City, "Griffith's Valuation is the term commonly used to describe the manuscript and printed documentation produced between and in the course of a nation-wide valuation of land and houses." (Byrne's Dictionary of Irish Local History, Joseph Byrne, ) Below are the householders listed in the.
As we have Griffith’s Valuation online here at Findmypast, you may be wondering what worth there is in these pre-publication records. It’s important to remember that the Griffith’s Valuation shows us Ireland in the immediate aftermath of the Great Famine—a catastrophic event with enormous impact on Ireland, its people, and its trajectory. Griffith's Valuation for the Union of Ballymena County of Antrim Paperback – January 1, by Richard Griffith (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: Richard Griffith.
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Griffith's Valuation / - County Clare Surname Index. Griffith's Primary Valuation took place throughout Ireland during the middle of the 19th Century and the valuation of Clare was published in Those parts of Clare contained in the.
Union: The Union was introduced as the most basic unit of administration under the Poor Law system in as the Barony and Parish units were felt to be unsatisfactory because of their unequal sizes.
Initially the country was divided into Unions and this was adjusted to create smaller unit sizes, so that by there were Unions are no longer in use as an.
Griffith's Valuation is fully searchable online, free of charge on the Ask About Ireland website. Tithe Applotment Books.
The Tithe Applotment Books were compiled between and as a survey of land in each civil parish to determine the payment of tithes (a religious tax). Unlike Griffith's Valuation they do not cover cities or towns. Surname: Forename: Townland, Town, Street: Parish: Union: Abbott: Misses: Ballycar: Tomfinlough: Ennis: Adams: Patrick: Cappanavarnoge: Killadysert: Killadysert.
Griffith's Valuation, Richard Griffith. Clare, Galway, that although these maps accompany the Griffith's Valuation which was published between andthese maps are believed to be a bit older (latter decades of the 19th Century), but they are better than nothing and even better because they are free!.
Griffith's Valuation was a land survey, and all the accompanying manuscripts are organised by location. As is always the case in genealogy research, a good understanding of the resource is the key to getting every last drop of information from it. And Griffith's Primary Valuation, with all its many parts, is a prime example of this.
Griffith's background. Richard John Griffith started to value land in Scotland, where he spent two years in valuing terrain through the examination of its used 'the Scotch system of valuation' and it was a modified version of this that he introduced into Ireland when he assumed the position of Commissioner of Valuation.
Griffith's Valuation, or Primary Valuation of Ireland, was executed under the direction of Sir Richard Griffith to provide a basis for determining taxes. This involved establishing the value of all privately held lands and buildings in both rural and urban areas in order to figure a rental rate for each unit of property.
Griffith’s Valuation House Books are the notebooks that were used by valuators to record information on the majority of the buildings of Ireland, be it dwelling house, out-office or even lavatory in order to place a rateable value on the building and these records formed part of the information-gathering process required for the completion of the Primary Valuation of Ireland.
Dates of publication: click map for larger view (pdf kb). Revision Books, Cancelled Books and Current Land Books are resources for advanced study of Griffith's Valuation.
The terms cover the same group of documents. This page deals with fairly advanced research. If you're new to Irish land records, or just want a good overview of what this.
Irelands Valuation office conducted its first survey of property ownership in Ireland from to This survey became known as "Griffiths Valuation" after Richard Griffith who was the director of the office at that time. The survey was used to determine the amount of tax each person should pay towards the support of the poor within their poor law union.
Research Notes: The Griffith Valuation entries were transcribed by Pat Connors from the printed pages numbered 63 to This is for only one townland in this civil parish which numbers 53 to 64 for Ennis PLU and pages 8 to 13 for Tulla PLU.
There are also more pages for Gort PLU. On Griffith's Valuation, the numbers and letters of reference to the maps are the connection between the Valuation and the accompanying Ordnance Survey map; they appear on the left of the ‘Number and Letters’ column on the original pages of the Valuation.
In general, each townland is surrounded by a thick line on the map, with the numbered. Griffith's Valuation Discover your ancestors who owned or rented land in Ireland between and These records may reveal whether your relatives owned or leased their land, the value of their property, and whether the land included buildings.
What is Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland. Richard John Griffith was commissioned by the British government in to take a survey of land boundaries in Ireland.
The survey was supposed to include every county, civil parish, barony, and townland boundary in the country. Griffith's Valuation. Beagh Civil Parish County Galway Gort Poor Law Union Kiltartan Barony. Gortavoher: Toberreendoney: Check out these maps and other old County Galway maps at Research Notes: The Beagh CP Tithe Applotments were transcribed from the GV pages 6 to 24 by Pat Connors.
All recorded names are as spelled in. occupier (as Standford) in Kiltrellig in Griffith's Valuation in (occupiers original map later map) married to a Carrigaholt girl named Ellen Connell or Connor dau. Sarah Anne chr. 31 May by Fr. White dau. Henrietta chr.
Abt 21 May by Fr. Moloney dau. Ellen jr., b. Cork, 35 in arrested for timorousness. Between andRichard Griffith was responsible for carrying out the Primary Valuation of Tenements in Ireland. The aim of the valuation was to produce a uniform guide to the relative Author: Niall Cullen.
Richard Griffith, a geologist based in Dublin, became Boundary Commissioner in and Commissioner of Valuation in The results of his great survey, the Primary Valuation of Ireland, were published between and Valuation house book 16 NovLeitrim townland, Leitrim Parish, Co.
Cork After the change in the basis of assessment inthe main categories of valuers' notebooks continued to be known as 'house books' and 'field books', but the distinction became more than a little blurred, with information on occupiers appearing in both.
THERE'S MORE TO GRIFFITH'S VALUATION THAN NAMES by James R. Reilly. The status accorded by Irish record searchers to the information found in Sir Richard Griffith's General Valuation of Rateable Property In Ireland in large part is due to the destruction of the nineteenth century population schedules.The following is a list of the Griffiths Valuation for Tracy and spelling variations.
The spelling of the name is interchangeable and all variations should be checked. The names were extracted manually from John Hayes website so if there are any omissions please accept my apologies.This is the primary (first) general valuation which was made between and The printed edition is commonly referred to as "Griffith's Valuation" after Richard Griffith, Commissioner of the Valuation Office at the time of the printing.
Contents: v. 1. Cavan, Baillieborough Union, -- .