Long, Mary and Family




Griffith’s Valuation

In Griffith’s Valuation, the total area of the townland of Cregboy was 676a (acres), 0r (rood) and 8p (perches) with a land value of £196 (pounds) 6s (shillings) and 0d (pence). Value of Buildings was £26 1s and 0d. Total valuation of £222 6s 0d.



The description of Mary Long’s tenement was that of a house with land of 3 roods and 12 perches with a monetary value was 8 shillings.  The house value was 15 shillings. There was also additional pieces of land in a different locations. One of 1 acres, 2 roods and 34 perches with a value of 15 shillings and another piece of land of 3 acre, 2 roods and 10 perches with a value of £1 and 10 shillings. This gave a total to Mary’s tenement a total value of £3 and 8 shillings.


Immediate Lessor

James Galbraith was the landlord and owned Mary’s tenement.

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Census 1901 and 1911

There are no Long’s living in the townland of Cregboy durning both census

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More to Follow!


Location(s) of possible Long family or descendants in the Parish of Claregalway






Questions that can arise…

What measurement in area is a acre(a), rood(r) and perch(p)?

What is the value of of the old English money?

This page was added on 02/06/2016.

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