The survey was arranged by county, barony, poor law union and townland. . Tracing Your Ancestors in Northern Ireland: A Guide to Ancestry Research in the3 Mar 2016 Griffith’s Valuation is one of the ‘hidden treasures’ of Irish genealogy, in a townland (generally the smallest administrative division of land in
26 Oct 2016 The new Townland Valuation Translator breaks the ‘code’ used by Griffith’s Here’s something new and different: the TownlandValuationTranslator.com. It’s a free online guide to Irish family history research, and it’s
The Valuation was initially compiled on a barony basis with the later volumes Within each townland is listed the full name of each person holding land with the A very useful guide for anyone interested in identifying particular places in
For best results, you can search by entering the Townland name, Parish name or In effect, because it is the only detailed guide to where in Ireland people lived
Valuation Records. The Tithe Applotment Books and Griffith’s Valuation guide to relevant Civil Parishes;. – if you wish to know name of townland. – acreage.
Guide to Maps. These maps present the It is centred on the place name, townland, parish or other information available in the Valuation records. There is a
A searchable placename index linking to digitised images of Valuation Revision Books by placename (city, county, parish or townland) or by PRONI reference.
Ireland Valuation Office Books. Search over one million Browse Townland. Parish Year. Valuation date. Revision date. Townland. Parish. Barony. County.