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  • L.G. McF
    TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOKS AND PRIMARY VALUATION There is no complete census for Ireland or Northern Ireland prior to the year 1901. In order to find individuals
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      TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOKS AND PRIMARY VALUATION
      There is no complete census for Ireland or Northern Ireland prior to the year 1901. In order to find individuals before 1901, the few local censuses can be used - not the subject of this index - or the title applotment books, combined with the primary valuation, can be used for most of the country.
      These two records have been combined into a printed index entitled: Index of Surnames of Householders in Griffith's Primary Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books, commonly called the Householders Index. This index, in either original or copy form, exists at the National Archives, Dublin; the National Library of Ireland, Dublin; the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast, and in several private archives. In its original it comprises fourteen volumes. This printed index has been microfilmed by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City on the following microfilms: Antrim: 919001; Armagh: 919001; Carlow: 919001; Cavan: 919001; Clare: 919002; Cork: 919002; Derry or Londonderry: 919002; Donegal: 919003; Down: 919003; Dublin: 919003; Fermanagh: 919004; Galway: 919004; Kerry: 919004; Kildare: 919004; Kilkenny: 919004; Leitrim: 919005; Leix or Queen's: 909005; Limerick: 919005; Longford: 919005; Louth: 919005; Mayo: 919005; Meath: 919005; Monaghan: 919006; Offaly or King's: 919006; Roscommon: 919006; Sligo: 919006; Tipperary: 919006; Tyrone: 919007; Waterford: 919007; Westmeath: 919007; Wexford: 919007; and Wicklow: 919007.
      The above-mentioned index was not used in compiling the following computerized index. Rather, a re-indexing of the original records was done. The microfilmed call numbers for these original records are given below for each parish, following the parish description. Immediately following the parish description and microfilm reference numbers, and unique to this computerized index, is the number of names given in each parish.
      Changes made from the original index include: 1) computerized alphabetization, which - through sampled comparisons, differs from either the printed, microfilmed, or other copies of the index; alphabetization occur principally where abbreviated names are spelled out, or where titles were omitted; 2) no titles, except Mr., Mrs., Marquis, Marchioness, etc., where the surname was present and the sex was determined; 3) no miscellaneous information; 4) no abbreviated names; 5) corrected entries where obvious errors have been made: ex. Patrick Higginson instead of Pitt (Patt) Higginson; 6) omitted entries where no sex or other identifying information was apparent.
      The tithe applotment books were created between the years 1823 and 1837. Their purpose was to ascertain the tithes that should be paid to the Church of Ireland by those who lived on the agricultural lands on the two countries.
      The Primary Valuation, also known at Griffith's Valuation, was created between the year 1847 and 1864. This printed record for each barony or poor law union, gives the names of those who occupied the lands and/or buildings in each jurisdiction, the names of the persons from whom they were rented or leased, and the amount and value of the property held. In the following index, only the jurisdiction, and name of the rent holder are given.
      The following index is organized alphabetically, by county, combining both Ireland and Northern Ireland into one index, as follows: 40 entries per full page
      Northern Ireland
      Antrim (7986 names), page 3 Aghagallow: 700; Aghalee: 279; Ahoghill: 1634; Antrim: 910; Ardclinis: 427; Armoy: 445; Ballinderry; 978; Ballintoy: 798; Ballyclug: 923; Ballycor: 372; Ballylinny: 440; Ballymartin: 80; Ballymoney: 2054;

      COUNTY ANTRIM

      AGHAGALLON PARISH:
      In 1851 Aghagallon Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Masscreene. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Lurgan. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 29.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258750); Tithe Applotment, 1833 (FHL Microfilm: 258443); 700 names

      AGHALEE PARISH:
      In 1851 Aghalee Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Masscreene. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Lurgan. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 29.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258750); Tithe Applotment, 1834 (FHL Microfilm: 258443); 279 names

      AHOGHILL PARISH:
      In 1851 Ahoghill Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Lower Toome. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Ballymena. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 32.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1833 (FHL Microfilm: 258443); 1634 names

      ANTRIM PARISH
      In 1851 Antrim Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Antrim. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Antrim. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 5.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1833 (FHL Microfilm: 258444). Adair's Entry, Bow Lane, Bridge Street, Church Entry, Darragh Entry, Dixon's Entry, Ferguson's Entry, Lower Yard, Main Street, Milliken's Entry, Mill Row, Morwood's Entry, Patie's Lane, Rooney's Entry, Scotch Quarter, Taggart's Entry, Town Head, Williamson's Entry and Wilson's Entry, are in the town of Antrim itself. 910 names

      ARDCLINIS PARISH
      In 1851 Ardclinis Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Lower Glenarm. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Larne. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 21.
      Griffith's, 1861 (FHL Microfilm 258750); Tithe Applotment, 1828 (FHL Microfilm: 258444); 427 names

      ARMOY PARISH
      In 1851 Armoy Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Cary. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Ballycastle. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 11.
      Griffith's, 1861 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1833 (FHL Microfilm: 258444); Mill Five Acres is in the town of Armoy itself. 445 names

      BALLINDERRY PARISH
      In 1851 Ballinderry Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Massereene. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Lurgan. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 29.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258750); Tithe Applotment, 1833 (FHL Microfilm: 258445); 978 names

      BALLINTOY PARISH
      In 1851 Ballintoy Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Cary. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Ballycastle. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 12.
      Griffith's, 1861 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1824 (FHL Microfilm: 258445); 798 names

      BALLYCLUG PARISH
      In 1851 Ballyclug Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Lower Antrim. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Ballymena. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 3.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1825 (FHL Microfilm: 258446). Henry Street, James Street, Larne Street, Queen Street and Railway Street are in the town of Ballymena. 923 names

      BALLYCOR PARISH
      In 1851 Ballycor Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Antrim. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Antrim. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 6
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749-258750); Tithe Applotment, 1826 (FHL Microfilm: 258444); Ballycor's Tithe Applotment is listed on the microfilm as Ballyeaston Parish; 372 names

      BALLYLINNY PARISH
      In 1851 Ballylinny Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Lower Belfast. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Antrim. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 7.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1826 (FHL Microfilm: 258449); see also Tithe Applotment for Carnmoney Parish; 440 names

      BALLYMARTIN PARISH
      In 1851 Ballymartin Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Belfast. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Antrim. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 9.
      Griffith's, 1862 (FHL Microfilm 258749); Tithe Applotment, 1826 (FHL Microfilm: 258449); Tithe Applotment included with Carnmoney Parish; 80 names

      BALLYMONEY PARISH
      In 1851 Ballymoney Parish was located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the Barony of Upper Dunluce. In 1857 it was in the Poor Law Union of Ballymoney. Townland Census of 1851, Vol. 3, page 19.
      Griffith's, 1861 (FHL Microfilm 258749, 258754); Tithe Applotment, 1825 (FHL Microfilm: 258446). Cameron Place, Castlestreet, Charlotte Street, High Street, Linen Hall Street, Main Street, Market Street, Meeting House Lane, Pork Row, Rodden Foot Street and Townhead Street are in the town of Ballymoney. 2,054 names
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