Hearth Money Roll, Co. Antrim, 1669

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Copy made from the original in the Public Record Office by J. Adams, 1912.

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Statementcopied from the original by J. Adams.
ContributionsAdams, J.
The Physical Object
Pagination174p. ;
Number of Pages174
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The "Dunluce Walk" in County Antrim was centred on the town of Dunluce which was just outside the castle. It covered the baronies of Cary, Dunluce and Kilconway in North Antrim as well as the baronies of Coleraine and North East Liberties in County Londonderry. The original Hearth Money Rolls were destroyed by fire in the Four Courts, Dublin in.

Below is a database containing names and places from the Hearth Money Rolls [T] for the counties of Antrim [], Londonderry [], Tyrone [] and Donegal [Baronies of Inishowen and Co. Antrim - read more. Hearth Money Rolls () for the Baronies of Cary, Dunluce, Kilconway, Toome, Antrim and Glenarm in Co.

Antrim [Sorte d by Surname, Barony, Parish and Townland] Record No. Surname [Standardised] Surname as spelt in Hearth Money Rolls Forename as spelt in Hearth Money Rolls Barony Parish Townland [Modern Spelling] Townland as spelt in Hearth Money.

Hearth Money Roll. FHLC # Hearth Money Hearth Money Roll. PRONI T & NL MS Government census. Various fragments. G.H. Bassett, The Book of Antrim. Wills and Administrations after FHLC # ,9; Marriage License Indexes Gravestone InscriptionsVol 2 Ballyclare Presbyterian FHLC.

Hearth Money Rolls [] for Co. Londonderry [T] [Sorted by Surname, Barony, Parish and Townland] Record No. Surname [Standardised] Surname as spelt in Hearth 1669 book Rolls Forename Barony Parish Townland Planter Irish 5 Bateman Bateman Edward N.

Liberties of L'Derry City of Londonderry Shipquay Street [Silver Street]. Pender\’s Census. \’A Census of Ireland c. with supplementary material from the Poll Money Ordinances ().

Pender, Séamus, Hearth Money Roll. PRONI T/ and NLI Pos. Subsidy Roll. PRONI T// Hearth Money Roll. PRONI T and NLI Ms Down and Antrim landed gentry. The Boyds of Derrykeighan Parish in the Hearth Money 1669 book. In the Hearth Money Rolls () for the Baronies of Cary, Dunluce, Kilconway, Toome, Antrim and Glenarm in Co.

Antrim [Sorted by Surname, Barony, Parish and Townland] – as taken from Bill MacAfee’s website > Health Money Roll Antrim - it has 11 entries for Boyd in Derrykeighan Parish, in Barony of. Browse: Home > Index of Persons Hearthmoney Rolls for Co AntrimCo LondonderryCo Tyrone and Co Down The rolls for County Antrim have been published in Trevor Charlton's Heads and Hearths: The Hearth Money Rolls for County Antrim The following list cover the Counties of Antrim (), Londonderry (, Tyrone (), Armagh (/5).

Unless indicated, the following list of householders paid tax for only one hearth. Map of South Antrim. Below is the entire Portlough muster roll. The surnames have been left as they were written. "Subsidy Rolls for Co. Londonderry ", and, "Hearth Money Rolls [] for Co.

Londonderry', and, " Hearth Money Rolls for North Antrim", and, "Hearth Money Rolls () for the Baronies of Cary, Dunluce, Kilconway, Toome, Antrim and. County Derry / Londonderry Census Substitutes: Hearth Money Rolls ofProtestant Householders Lists of Religious Census ofFlax Growers Lists ofPrivate Census of for the civil parish of Faughnavale Tithe Books ranging from to The Tithe Book for the Deanery of Derry.

Census. An abstract of the census returns survive. muster roll on the ironmonger's estate co, londonderry,irelands Aghadowey: Robert Hemphill; James Hymphill; Alexander Gould ;David Patterson; Hugh Willson; Robert Wilson Hearth Money Rolls for North Antrim.

Hearth Money Rolls, Antrim Submitted by Stanley Nesbitt, Hearth Money Roll from “Heads & Hearths: The Hearth Money Rolls and Poll Tax Returns for County Antrim ” Edited by S.T.

Carleton published by Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. The Hearth Money Tax was begun by Acts 14 and 15 of King Charles II. It was a new tax of 2 shillings yearly on every hearth or fireplace in a house.

Granted by Parliament to the King in compensation for the loss of certain lucrative feudal rights, and together with increased Custom and Excise duties, and a new Quit Rent, it raised the Royal.

Tithe Applotment Books are listed on a separate page. Hearth Money Roll for – Mazareene Barony. – Widow OAKMAN – Ballymoneymore. Armagh Rent Rolls – PRONI T(3) page – Thomas OAKMAN – Knockineaglr(?), Co Armagh. Rent Roll Hertford Estate – PRONI D pages and – William OAKMAN – Aghadolgan.

It lists the people who paid the Hearth Money Roll in either or in certain parishes in County Monaghan. It lists the barony, parish, town land and name of the taxpayer in and Please examine the records carefully as the spellings of various names changes from parish to.

4 An individual recorded in the Hearth Roll, but not listed in the Hearth Roll. 5 The individuals listed were all taxed for a single hearth, except were specified, as here. 6 An individual recorded in both the Hearth Rolls and those taken in 7 Different spellings of some surnames were recorded in the each Hearth Roll.

Antrim McKinleys - newcomers pre The hearth money roll of North Antrim is an eye-opener for two reasons: one the one hand all of a sudden we have thirteen McKinley households appearing, and secondly they hadn't been there in the A further item is to note that their Christian names are completely distinct from the Donegal families.

3. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Hearth Money Roll, County Antrim () T 4. Black, in the Ulster Journal of Archaeology (second series) viii, there is printed a letter of from the Laird of Lamont to John Black, merchant of Belfast, which again sets out this belief.

Black, op. cit., 6. Copy of a page from the Hearth Money Rolls for the Parish of Ballymoney in Co. Antrim Again this page is a transcript of the original document and could contain mistakes. Note that I have corrected some of the suggested modern day townland names.

Muster Roll SLC # Penders Census of ireland PRONI Hearth Money Roll NAI FilmNLI ms. Hearth Money Roll PRONI T NLI ms. Map of Glenarm Iincludes names and holding the Earl of Antrim's Tenants in the town and adjoining villages) The Glynns 9 () List of Landed Gentry in Down and Antrim.

- James Bradshaw, Drumnecally, listed on Hearth Money Roll Co. Armagh, one hearth. - Hearth Money Rolls for County Antrim, contained three records - John Bradshaw of Magheragall Towne, John Bradshaw of New Park, Ballinderry and William Bradshaw of Carrisknevaddy, Magheragall.

Subsidy Roll: Subsidy Roll: T// PRONI [Unpublished] Hearth Money Roll: Also National Library of Ireland (Ms ) T PRONI [Unpublished] Landed gentry: Down and Antrim landed gentry: 24 k RIA [Unpublished] Religious census: Part of Cary barony only.

Gives householders. The Glynns: journal of the Glens of. Browse: Home > Co Fermanagh extracts from Hearth Money Roll & Subsidy Roll Co Fermanagh extracts from Hearth Money Roll & Subsidy Roll Publisher: UHF. settlements of them appears to have been made in County Antrim, The Following notes give evidence: 1.

List of householders in Ballymoney, County Antrim in show JAMES PICKEN. The hearth Money Roll for County Antrim for shows: (a household tax). ROBERT PICKIN at Lambeery Liberties: JOHN PICKINat Ballymoney. Hearth Money Roll: Hearth Money Roll: Pos.

Also PRONI T/ NLI [Unpublished] Subsidy Roll: Subsidy Roll: T// PRONI [Unpublished] Hearth Money Roll: Also National Library of Ireland (Ms ) T PRONI [Unpublished] Landed gentry: Down and Antrim landed gentry: 24 k RIA [Unpublished] Dissenters.

hearth money roll for that parish, though in some cases with strange to have made even the briefest reference to the omissions in Co. Sligo. Copies of hearth Money Rolls of the 's are extant for the following counties: Antrim, In P.R.O.N.L; copy in Nat. Libr., Dublin (ms ). Additional names in the Hearth Money Roll of Dan McFey – Loughguile Parish, Ballynagabog p Dan Grom McElfee – Tickmacrevan Parish, Ringfad p Robert McFay – Killaggan Parish p Margaret Duffe – Rasharkin Parish, Magheraboy p Hearth Money Roll for Ballycreagee (Ballycraigy) Carnmoney, included.

Hearth Money Roll: Hearth Money Roll: Pos. Also PRONI T/ NLI [Unpublished] Subsidy Roll: Subsidy Roll: T// PRONI [Unpublished] Hearth Money Roll: Also National Library of Ireland (Ms ) T PRONI [Unpublished] Landed gentry: Down and Antrim landed gentry: 24 k RIA [Unpublished] Voters "Deputy.

Mark From: LORETTA LAYMAN To: irl-antrim(a) Sent: Saturday, 21 OctoberSubject: Re: [IRL-ANTRIM] Hearth Money Roll of - Bill Macafee's listing In medieval Scotland, the term Mr. was an abbreviation for Master and signified a man who had a university education and was qualified to draw up.

The Nynan Taylor does not ring any bells for me in relation to our Taylor names from Aird, but there were no other Taylors in the hearth Money rolls so it just might be a connection. If the name had of been Warren it would have confirmed the link between the Aird Taylors and the Taylors at Glenarm as that was a key name with the Aird Taylors.

Hearth Money Roll - Armagh, Hearth Money Rolls were a tax levied in Ireland based on the number of hearths in each house. This list shows the barony, surname, forename and townland for some parishes in County Armagh.

My thanks to Dave Sherry for the scanned images. - Co Antrim, Subsidy Roll PRONI PRONI T/ Subsidy Roll for county Antrim. - Co Armagh, Orior barony, Hearth Money Roll Published in Louth Arch Journal Vol 7 No 3 () pps Hearth Money Roll for Orior barony, county Armagh.

Co Monaghan, Hearth Money Roll Book "History of Monaghan for Two Hundred Years 'Hearth Money Roll for Co. Antrim for Dunmurry and Malone parish', held in the National Library., Dublin. (MS ) Lendrick's map of Co. Antrim can be inspected in the Linenhall Library, Belfast – with the well established roads in the Lagan valley depicted.

My book is based on the genealogy of the local families. Sources used for my book. Hearth Money Rolls. Protestant Householders’ Returns. Religious Census. Agricultural Census. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of County Antrim V, Vol.

Tithe Applotment Book. and Census of. Hearth Money Roll: Hearth Money Roll: Pos. Also PRONI T/ NLI [Unpublished] Subsidy Roll: Subsidy Roll: T// PRONI [Unpublished] Hearth Money Roll: Also National Library of Ireland (Ms ) T PRONI [Unpublished] Landed gentry: Down and Antrim landed gentry: 24 k RIA [Unpublished] Diocesan census.

In John McMurtry leased some land in Co. Antrim for 20 years. A generation later, inan Archibald McMurthy is mentioned in a Co.

Antrim deed. Inthe Hearth Money Roll Index lists a John McMurtrey in the Scotch Quarter of Carrickfergus and a Gilbert McMurtry in Ballypollard. Book of Survey and Distribution PRONI T /a and D /1/8 Hearth Money Roll for Parish of Liburn and Adjoining parts of Parishes of Magheragall and Masgheramesk Down and Connor Hist.

Soc 8() Life and Times of Fr. Edmund Murphy, Killeavy Louth Arch. 7(3)() Protestants attainted by james II SLC From their occurrence in the Hearth Money Rolls for Antrim the "McCaughans do not seem to have been as widely or as early established in the county as were some Kintyre families.

However, of the six individuals mentioned in the surviving Roll for four are in Glenshesk or the Armoy glen, one in Dunluce town and one in Glendun.". (also Hearth money rolls) Subsidy rolls for Desertlyn (3 names), Magherafelt (7), Ballyscullion (9), Ballinderry (8), Derryloran (3), Artrea (15 names) 5.

Survey and distribution books. Loughinsholin barony. Religious census, Atrea parish. Irish Civil Miscellaneous correspondence. Correspondence, 8. Hearth Money Roll: Hearth Money Roll: Pos.

Also PRONI T/ NLI [Unpublished] Subsidy Roll: Subsidy Roll: T// PRONI [Unpublished] Hearth Money Roll: Also National Library of Ireland (Ms ) T PRONI [Unpublished] Landed gentry: Down and Antrim landed gentry: 24 k RIA [Unpublished] Religious.

The four McCambridges registered in the Glens’ Hearth Money Roll of all have their name regularly spelled in this manner and there has been no alteration since then. It has been said that the name has been changed to Chambers in County Antrim 3, but I find no evidence of this.The book 'Cathcart in Australia' by Robert Bruce (Bob) Cathcart, includes the following: 'the Hearth Money Rolls for and Hearth Money Rolls for shows a concentration of the name in just three Townlands in the Parish of Ballyclug which appears to be the same general location as the Parish of Connor of the s.

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