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Re: Coffey & mannion Moylough Galaway

Posted: 8 Dec 2012 8:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Here are some starters.

The Tithe applotments 1820-1839 www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie

Griffith Valuation from 1846-1864 depending on the county.

www.askaboutireland.ie

Galway is divided into two sides for genealogy purposes
East and West, both belong to an Irish History Foundation
with baptism and marriage records. After 1864 they have both parish and civil registrations

www.familysearch.org has civil registrations from 1864 births, marriages and deaths

If you scroll down on the first page and on the left is UK/Ireland and click on it, you go to the next page and follow down to Ireland. There are some RC parish records, the IGI(International genealogy Index) etc.

Moylough in Galway is a Parish and also a Townland in three
Poor Law Unions/Civil Registration Districts:
Glennamaddy
Mountbellew
Tuam
1855:
Bridget Coffey Parish of Moylough, Townland Belderney South
PLU Mount Bellow, tenant of John F. Browne

1Bb house, outbuilding and 1/5 of 53 acres 2 roods and 3perches

Mary Coffey, Parish of Moylough, Townland Moyloughmore, PLU
Mount Bellow, tenant of Sir Christr. Bellew, Bt. Town of
Newtown-Bellew

#25 house

There are 38 Mannion's in the Parish of Moylough, Galway

www.askaboutireland.ie (for detail as above - look for family names)

If they were still in Ireland for 1901/1911 Census:

www.census.nationalarchives.ie

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