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Land owners in Ireland

Land owners in Ireland

return of owners of land of one acre and upwards in the several counties, counties of cities, and counties of towns in Ireland, showing the names of such owners arranged alphabetically in each county, their addresses ... : to which is added a summary for each province and for all Ireland

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Published by Genealogical Pub. Co. in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Real property -- Ireland -- Directories.,
    • Land titles -- Ireland -- Directories.

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint. Originally published: 1876.

      Statementpresented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
      ContributionsGenealogical Publishing Co.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD625 .L19 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 325 p. ;
      Number of Pages325
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2415884M
      ISBN 100806312033
      LC Control Number87081693

        Thorough, Informative, well-researched, lays bare the biggest individual landowners across Britain & Ireland. This is a great reference book but also tells the story of how the land has been concentrated in relatively few hands, and at times stolen from the common ownership.5/5(13). The manuscript Revision books for Northern Ireland are held by the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland in Belfast. They have been digitised and are now available, free to view, on the Revision Books section of PRONI's website.. The collection is available as a fully searchable placename index to the Valuation Revision Books covering counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry.

      Return of Owners of Land in Ireland Browse this collection. OR. Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table of Contents. Title Page; Introduction to This Book; Contents to This Book; Province of Leinster, County Carlow; Province of Leinster, County Dublin; . Full text of "The great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland; a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards also, one thousand three hundred owners of two thousand acres and upwards in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, their acreage and income from land culled from The modern Domesday book.." See other formats.

      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. The Tithe Applotment Books are available online, free of charge on the National Archives of Ireland website. In determining whether a land owner showed reckless disregard to the 'recreational user' or 'trespasser', the court will consider whether the landowner knew or believed that the person was or was Author: Theresa Murphy.


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Land Owners in Ireland: Return of Owners of Land of One Acre and Upwards in the Several Counties, Counties of Cities, and Counties of Towns in Ireland Paperback – January 1, by Ireland Local Government Board (Author)Author: Ireland Local Government Board.

The Online Books Page The Landowners of Ireland: An Alphabetical List of the Owners of Estates of acres or Pounds Valuation and Upwards in Ireland, With the Acreage and Valuation in. Ireland: registry of deeds, surname and county indexregister of contents (online book) Landed estates rentals, (images) The landowners of Ireland: an alphabetical list of the owners of estates of acres or £ valuation and upwards in Ireland (images) U.

Hussey De Burgh, ; Transcripts of memorials of deeds, conveyances and wills, (images) Online. The Landowners of Ireland: An Alphabetical List of the Owners of Estates of Acres Or £ Valuation and Upwards in Ireland, with the Acreage and Valuation in Each County Hodges, Foster, and Figgis, - Gentry - pages.

Land Owners in Ireland Land Owners in Ireland by county in alphabetical order. The names and address of every land owner in Ireland who had at least one acre of land. These files are PDF and text format. Pdf file size varies between kb and kb. Land Owners in Ireland by county in alphabetical order.

The names and address of every land owner in Ireland who had at least one acre of land. Click on the link in the results to see the original page. If you would like to view all the records for a locality in one. Buy Land Owners in Ireland, Return of Owners of Land by Ireland Local Government Board (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ireland Local Government Board. It became part of the Land Registry, which records all property registrations in Ireland still, from In Northern Ireland a database of Freeholder’ Records is available and searchable online.

This contains information from pre Registers and Poll Books. The great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland; a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards also, one thousand three hundred owners of two thousand acres and upwards in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, their acreage and income from land culled from The modern Domesday book.

The great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland; a list of all owners of three Pages: Landowners. Until about the greater part of the land in Ireland (97% in ) was owned by men who rented it out to tenant farmers rather than cultivating it themselves.

As in England, the individual wealth of members of the land-owning class varied considerably, depending on the size, quality and location of properties.

For almost two centuries between andthe vast majority of Irish people lived as tenants on large estates. The records of these estates, which include many rent books and tenants' lists, are scattered, with the largest holdings in the National Library of Ireland and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.

Overnames that appear in the memorial books at the registry of deeds. The Registry of Deeds is located in Henrietta Street, Dublin, Ireland and is a reposity of records of wills, land transactions in Ireland and other deeds from The Landowners List. In a list of landowners who held at least one acre of land was published.

The survey had been commissioned in by the Local Government Board and required the Poor Law Unions across Ireland to gather together lists of landowners from local rate books. The last of the returns to the Board was dated November The Great Landowners Of Great Britain And Ireland: A List Of All Owners Of Three Thousand Acres And Upwards () by John Bateman(Author) out of 5 /5(2).

Michael O'Leary. The Ryanair owner has become a successful horse breeder from his Gigginstown stable, with the Westmeath farm now regarded as one of the finest National Hunt operations in Ireland. The Landowners of Ireland by U.H.

Hussey De Burgh, is a comprehensive survey of landowners across the island of Ireland in the late 19th century. It includes alphabetical individual names, titles, addresses, education, some autobiographical details, land acreage and valuation of property.

The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland A List of All Owners of Three Thousand Acres and Upwards, Worth £3, a Year, in England, Scotland, Ireland and WalesCited by: 1. The location of the land is not given. A comparison with the Domesday Book survey was made in the Return 's Explanatory Statement.

The Return had inaccuracies (some significant), and a revised edition— The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland —was published in by John Bateman (–). 1 Publication. The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland: A List of All Owners of Three Thousand Acres and Upwards, Worth Ł3, a Year; Also, One Thousand Three Hundred Owners of Two Thousand Acres and Upwards, in England, Scotland, Ireland & Wales, Their Acreage, and Income from Land, Culled from The Modern Domesday Book; Also Their Colleges, Clubs, and Services.

The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland GREAT LANDOWNERS OF GREAT BRITAIN pages 16 to 61 A List of All Owners of Three Thousand Acres and Upwards, Worth £3, a Year, in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. 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.Land owners in Ireland: return of owners of land of one acre and upwards in the several counties, counties of cities, and counties of towns in Ireland, showing the names of such owners arranged alphabetically in each county, their addresses : to which is.

First published inand reissued here in the edition that covered the entire British Isles, this important work utilised and corrected the Return of Owners of Land (known as the 'Modern Domesday Book'), the first post-Norman survey of British landholdings.

John Bateman (), a landowner himself recorded here, sought to amend numerous and significant errors in the .