April 25th 1808.
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This list of 91 tenants is from the index to a Trant estate rental in Dovea, Co. Tipperary (Civil Parish of Inch) in 1837. The original is in National Library of Ireland Ms. 1757. Information on the Trant family and their estates is in the Landed Estates Database http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie. The rental contains details of rents charged, payments made and (usually) the location of the holding. Read More
Our publishing arm, Flyleaf Press, has been publishing a series of ‘Small Sources’ on its blog page for several years. These are lists of names which are too small to attract the attention of most of the guides. Nevertheless, these names can be gold-dust to someone out there. We are going to continue this list on the Ancestor Network site from now on, and we will also be moving the earlier blogs from the Flyleaf site to here, so keep an eye out for some quirky lists, and for some names of interest to you. Read More
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