Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837 about John COMPSON

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Name: John Compson County: Monaghan Parish: Ballyboy Townland: Cornohow Year: 1829 Source Information: Heritage World and the Genealogical Publishing Company.
Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.  Original data: Tithe applotment books for Northern
Ireland, 1823-1828. National Archives, Dublin and Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Tithe Applotment Books. National Archives of Ireland. 13 rolls. Dublin, Ireland.

Description: The Tithe Applotment Books record the results of a unique land survey taken to determine the amount of tax payable by landholders to the Church of Ireland, the established church until 1869. They are known as the Tithe Applotment Books because the results of this land survey were originally compiled in nearly 2,000 hand-written books. This data set represents a virtual census for pre-Famine Ireland. Since it covers all of Ireland it is immensely important in terms of constructing, not just an image of a particular family line, but of wider social conditions in the country.

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Member of the Guild of One Name Studies researching the name CUMPSTON and its variants. You can see my website at www.cumpston.org.uk I have a new study of the name LAXEN with its own blog at https://laxenresearch.wordpress.com/ and a further research blog which is not registered as a one name study of KNAGGS of Flamborough https://knaggsresearch.wordpress.com/
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