Index to SHANRAHAN PARISH Tithe Applotment records,  1835

The Tithe Applotment records listed many occupiers of land in Ireland in the 1820s and 1830s. The survey was taken to determine the amount of money owed to the Church of Ireland by each land occupier. This tithe had to be paid even by Catholics, and was the source of great resentment and numerous uprisings. The following are townlands within Shanrahan (now Clogheen) Parish.

Araglin, Cullinagh, and Ballyrue

Boulikennedy, Burncourt, Ballysheehan, and Coolentallagh

Cullinagh, Cranomiles, Croughslaugh, Carriganroe, Clogheen and Boherbue

Clogheen and Boherbue (cont'd), Glingar

Glingar (cont'd), Glincallihan, Hopkinsrea, Kilbeg, and Kilavenogue

Kilcorone, Mountangelsey, and Rehill

Rehill (con't), Raheen, SCART, Shanbally

Shanbally (cont'd), Toorbeg, Toormountain, Toormore

Ballinatona, Carrigmore, Flemingstown, and Kileaton

Ronga, Shanrahan

Shanrahan (cont'd)