Long, Thomas and Family (2)

Cregboy

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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.

 

Occupier – Thomas Long (1)

The description of Thomas Long’s tenement was that of only a house, on part of the land of a Daniel Connolly’s house and garden, he also shared with a Penelope Wade. Thomas’s house value was 10 shillings.

Immediate Lessor

Patrick Burke was the named lessor on the house. He would have been the more common, middleman or rent collector, as James Galbraith was the actual landlord and is the named Lessor of Patrick’s tenement.

 

 

Occupier – Thomas Long (2)

The second description of land of a Thomas Long’s tenement in Cregboy is most likely that of the first Thomas Long (Occupier 1). As there is no way to confirm this so it has been recorded separately. Thomas Long’s (Occupier 2) tenement is that of 3 areas of land.  The first is of 4 acres, 1 rood and 8 perches with a monetary value of £1 and 10 shillings.  The second piece of land was 1 acre and 22 perches with a value of 8 shillings and the third piece was 3 roods and 22 perches. This gave a total value to Thomas’s tenement on this land as £2 and 4 shillings.

Immediate Lessor

James Galbraith was the landlord and owned Thomas’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

Cahergowan

Cregboy

Kiniska

 

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 03/06/2016.

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