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The tenants are listed below according to the townland in which they have holdings. Where the townland name is different to the name-form now accepted, the currently accepted name is provided in brackets. For example, the currently accepted spelling for the townland herein called Ballyclemuck is now Ballyclemock. The precise location of each townland is available at Townlands.ie but only by using the current name spelling.
Name and Residence
John Parle Saltees Island
John Elward Ballyclemuck (or Ballyclemock)
James Furlong Coalspit
William Hartwell Horetown
John Warren Rath (this is a common prefix – the specific townland is not identified)
Robt. Hayes Bennettstown
Walter Codd Sallystown
Philip Furlong Redmondstown
John Larkin Horetown
James Murphy Ballyclemuck
John Crashie Ballyclemuck
Thomas Stamers Walshstown (Walshestown)
Redmond Dalton Ballyclemuck
Martin Dalton Ballyclemuck
Christ. Warriner Johnstown
James Kelly Ballyclemuck
Thomas Archbold Ballyclemuck
Thomas Neville Ballyclemuck
James Byrne Ballyclemuck
John Kelly Senr. Ballyclemuck
Richd. Petitt Ballycleary
Bridget Pendergast Ballyclemuck
William Reigh Newtown
Francis Cardiffe Ballyseskin
William Furlong Soighane (now spelled Soughane)
Rich. Walsh Killinick
William Warriner Janeystown (Probably Jonastown)
Thos. Harper Rathmacknee (also written Harpur)
Nicholas Neville Newtown
Martin Chambers Horetown
Patk. Hayes Horetown
Pierce Poore Ballyclemuck (Surname is a variation of Power)
Some other Wexford and general articles in our series on Irish Family History sources:
- Tenants of New Ross, Co. Wexford in 1768.
- Catholic Records of Rathangan, Wexford 1807-1811.
- Wexford farmers receiving turnip seed: 1847.
- Tenants in St. Mary’s Newtownbarry, Wexford 1824
- Marriages in Killanerin and Gorey, Wexford 1800-1807
- New Wexford Baptism records 1783-1790
- Poor list in Killinick, Co. Wexford in 1813-20
- Tenants on Ram Estate, Gorey, Co. Wexford in 1826
- Labourers in Kilcavan Parish, Wexford 1850.
- Petty Sessions– the records of local courts
- Catholic Church records
- Grand Jury Presentments – records of local councils on payments for public works and staff
- Rentals – management of tenants by estates and the records created
- Middle names – the use (or non-use) of second or middle names in Irish records
- How comprehensive are Irish Civil Records?
- Census returns in Gaelic or Irish language