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The Parishes of Kilrea and Tamlaght O'Crilly

By J.W. Kernohan, M.A.



A: Muster Roll (circa 1630) of British men on the Mercer's Estate.


B: Names of the persons who paid Hearth Tax in Kilrea Parish in 1663.

The numbers in brackets indicate the number of hearths where householders were rated for more than one:-

C: Names of those rated for Hearth Tax in Tamlaght O'Crilly Parish in 1663

with names of Townlands Pg70

Appendix D: Protestant householders in Kilrea Parish in 1740:

Appendix E: Protestant householders in Tamlaght O'Crilly Parish in 1740:

I have a Rental of the Mercers' Estate drawn up in 1814, which is too long for reproduction here.

I am also indebted to Mr. S. E. Smythe-Edwards for Rentals (1791) of neighbouring townlands not included in the Mercers' Estate, for which his grandfather was agent:- Drumnacannon, Drumoolish, Drumlane, Moyegney, Drumane, Gortmacrane, Killygullib, and others.

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