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This page on Arborealis lists those memorials of Irish deeds which contain lists of inhabitants and neighbours within a townland or parish. While a lessee was often already an occupant when he or she was granted a lease, occasionally such deeds listed several occupants and neighbours. Not only do we get a sense of the immediate members of a small community, but during the early years when the Penal Laws reigned, we can also find some Irish names in such lists. Many of the memorials in this index pertain to the Barony of Dungannon in county Tyrone. However, some memorials have also been indexed or transcribed for other counties, such as Armagh and Monaghan.
Choose from one of the following memorials:
- pending — This is a new sub-section, added 2021-05-24.
As with the other sub-sections under the heading, Irish Deeds, work on this subject index is an ongoing part of a long-term project.
Source citation for this page: — Kilpatrick, Alison. Subject index: Inhabitants and neighbours found in memorials of Irish deeds. Published to Arborealis by Alison Kilpatrick ©2021, online at arborealis.ca/records/irish-deeds/subject-index/inhabitants-and-neighbours/, accessed [insert date of access].
— Introductory notes about registered deeds and the memorials (copies) thereof
— Scope of Irish deeds covered
— Notes about the indexes provided on Arborealis
— Notes about the transcripts of memorials of Irish deeds posted to Arborealis
— List of blog articles pertaining to memorials of Irish deeds
— Surname index for memorials of deeds submitted to Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland