1 edition of landowners of Ireland found in the catalog.
landowners of Ireland
|Statement||compiled by U. H. Hussey De Burgh.|
|Contributions||De Burgh, U. H. Hussey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 486 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||486|
Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an . Property and land holding records in Ireland are more important than they might otherwise be because of the absence of 19th century census records. They are often the only way of filling in the gaps, and fortunately are very extensive. The downside .
Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one acre of more of land in Co. Kildare, Ireland, the latter part of the s. Note, an unusual first or middle name may be the surname of a related family. 1. William Higgins, address Common, North, owned 3 acres. 2. Martha Higginson, address Deerpark, owned acres. 3. 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 other formats.
Ireland's World of Books, covering a wide range of Irish related categories as well as more general books, including children's books, biographies, international bestsellers, etc. Limitations of valuations aside, the pages of the Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland holds a certain fascination that sometimes exceeds its usefulness, a point not lost on Bateman. Although Bateman would never have used the phrase voyeurism, he recognised the interest aroused by 'knowing another man's business', especially when those.
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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. 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 : 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. Before an estimated 33% to 50% of Irish landowners were absentees, and a substantial portion of these were internal absentees (i.e.
landlords who lived elsewhere in Ireland). Half the country was owned by men who lived on or near their estates. 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 Each County: Author: De Burgh, U.
Hussey: Note: Dublin: Hodges, Foster, and Figgis, ca. Link: page images at HathiTrust: Link: PDF with commentary in Ireland: Stable. : The Great Landowners Of Great Britain And Ireland: A List Of All Owners Of Three Thousand Acres And Upwards () (): John Bateman: Books/5(2).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: ed. published under title: The acre-ocracy of England. Description: xxviii, pages ; 22 cm. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bateman, John, Great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland.
[Leicester] Leicester University Press; New York, Humanities Press, 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 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. Query the Landowners of Ireland Database. Landowners 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. The Irish Independent has learned that the land interests of John Magnier and his family now stretch to a staggering 9, acres.
Swathes of land from Cork to Kildare have been acquired in recent. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions.
Title: The Great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland: A List of All Owners of. Author: John Bateman. 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.
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 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 landowners of Ireland: an alphabetical list of the owners of estates of acres or £ valuation and upwards in Ireland, with the acreage and valuation. It is vital that when looking at Irish aspects of this book that 'Landowners in Ireland ' should be at hand to double check the individuals one has particular interest in.
Page is largely unreadable but only the bottom 5 are relevant to Ireland. For a compilation of information 5 stars but for deeper genealogy only 3 stars, no spouses Reviews: 1.
John Bateman (–) published in the fourth edition of his The Acre-Ocracy of England retitled The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland, A list of all owners of Three thousand acres and upwards, worth £3, 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.
Name of every land owner in Ireland who had at least one acre of land. Related Counties Kilkenny Carlow Wexford Wicklow Dublin Kildare Laois Offaly Longford Westmeath Meath Louth Clare Cork Kerry Limerick Tipperary Waterford Antrim Armagh Cavan Donegal Down Fermanagh Derry Monaghan Tyrone Galway Leitrim Mayo Roscommon Sligo.
Landowners of One Acre or More in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Information reproduced with permission of Jean Rice Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one acre or more of land in Co. Tyrone, Ireland in Edited, formatted and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia len_swindley[at]3.
The Registry of Deeds (see also ) was established in to help give legal standing to the massive confiscations of land from the native Irish over the course of the preceding century. Its records can be very useful indeed for Anglo-Irish landed families between c and A volunteer transcription project is at.Ireland has at least 1, native woodland sites.
Almost of all of them are tiny. Just 10 cover more than hectares, while some are managed by Coillte and the NPWS under EU directives.