Griffith's Valuation or the Primary Valuation of Ireland, can be insightful as many records from other sources were burnt in 1922.

It can at least, give us an idea of who was alive in a particular year, but like the Census, it can be confusing.

  • Some of Castlegar was attached to Galway County, while more was with the City.
  • The Parish that a townland was in, could be Oranmore or Saint Nicholas.
  • *Duplication of names, can mean that an individual had fragmented land parcels, or numerous dwellings or sheds.
  • An individual could have a house in one place and a shed at another location.
  • The "Lessor", signifies the immediate or nearest landlord, and maybe not the end of line owner - perhaps a holding or premises could be leased multiple times.
  • The Roundabouts may have been named, because of the Lessor associated with the lands near them?

 

See some records for

North Ward - Parish of Saint Nicholas - Castlegar

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Laurence Coleman

Michael Grealish

John Roonane

Mark Tully

Patrick Spelman

Patrick Walsh

Patrick Spelman

John Murphy

Thomas Hynes

Michael O Brien

Matthias Conroy

Owen Connell

William Walsh

Thomas Roonane

Gilbert Roonane

Gilbert Roonane

Michael Boyle

Patrick Boyle

Michael Tonry

Thomas Hastry

Myles Walsh

Bryan Walsh

Thomas Molloy

Patrick Roonane

John Grealish

Luke Grealish

Peter Delany

William Walsh

Patrick Ryan

Thomas Ryan

Matthias Conroy

Margaret Tarpy

Catherine Murphy

Michael Grealish

Thomas Hynes

Owen Connell

John Roonane

Thomas Molloy

Michael Boyle

Judith Grealish

Thomas Hastry

Patrick Boyle

James Roonane

Gilbert Roonane

Patrick Ryan

Michael O Brien

Matthias Conroy

Patrick Morris

Laurrence Coleman

Martin Grealish

Patrick Spelman

Thomas Hynes

Catherine Murphy

John Grealish

Michael Hanly

Michael Boyle

Margaret Tarpy

Michael Newell

Luke Grealish

Michael Tonry

Owen Connell

John Roonane

Michael Grealish

John Murphy

Judith Grealish

Thomas Hynes

William Walsh

Bryan Walsh

William Tierney

Myles Walsh

Peter Delany

Thomas Molloy

Mark Tully

Michael Tully

James Jennings

Patrick Morris

Patrick Morris

Michael Hanly

Michael Hanly

Luke Grealish

Mary Boyle

Cecily Morris

Thomas Roonane

Ulick Walsh

John Murphy

Patrick Ryan

Peter Delany

Michael Tully

William Tierney

Bridget Barrett

John Scary

William Tierney

Martin Grealish

Martin Grealish

Thomas Ryan

Matthias Conroy

Catherine Murphy

John Grealish

Michael Newell

Margaret Tarpy

 

 


 

Ballinfoile (Ballinfoyle)

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John Francis

Patrick Kelly

Patrick Kelly

William Francis

Michael Nolan

Patrick Collins

Andrew Broderick

Michael Nolan

James Laffan

James Laffan

John Hastry

John Kelly

Michael Nolan

John Kelly

Patrick Francis

Patrick Kelly

Mary Higgins

Mary Higgins

Patrick Francis

Patrick Kelly

Mary Higgins

Michael Malley

Michael Hynes

William Hynes

John Roche

Michael Malley

William Hynes

Michael Hynes

John Roche

Thomas Higgins

Cecily Keady

Cecily Keady

Martin Meehan

Michael Francis

Margaret Higgins

Catherine Francis

James Keady

Bartholomew Keady

Patrick Nugent

Thomas Higgins

Cecily Keady

Michael Francis

William Higgins

See the 1911 Census of Ballinfoyle, for comparison in a new window

 


Placename - Parkmore - Parish of Saint Nicholas - South Ward.

Patrick Lynch

Martin Morris

Michael Burke

Patrick Hackett

Patrick Conneely

Some descendants still live here. See Map in new window, of Parkmore Village.

 

You may also be interested in the Baptism Records from Baptismal Index 1827 (1827-1841) for Castlegar