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Re: Jamieson

Posted: 25 Sep 2013 10:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
The earliest census substitute for Ireland is the Tithe Applotments: 1823-1837 no record of either
name, from what I understand the Tithe didn't list everyone.

The next census substitute is the Griffith Valuation 1846-1864 and 1858 in Co. Sligo

William Jameson (sp) Parish of Drumcliff, Townland Tully, Poor Law Union Sligo tenant of John Wynne

#7a house, outbuilding and land 29 acres 0 roods and 1 perch

Thomas Jamieson, (sp) Parish of St. John in the Town of Sligo, townland Caltragh, PLU Sligo
tenant of Viscount Palmer

#4 house and yard

#7 garden 0 acres 0 roods 13 perches (1 perch 18'x18')

Directories of Ireland:

Heading: Churches
1870 Thomas Jamieson, Collooney, Rev., Chapel of Ease
Heading: Gentry & Clergy
1870 Rev. Thomas Jamieson, Arrow Lodge Ballisodare

same information in 1881 .

The Parish of Drumcliff, Church of Ireland baptisms 1805-1890, marriages 1845-1899 and deaths
1805-1902; RC baptisms 1841-1899, marriages 1865-1899

St. John's Union CofI baptism 1802-1900, mariages 1804-1899, deaths 1802-1899

These are on line on a pay website but not for profit foundation: www.rootsireland.ie

www.igp-web.com + Sligo
www.censusfinder.com United Kingdom+Ireland+Sligo
both have varying amounts of information and resources but sometimes parish records and gravestone inscriptions

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Cook_Leanne65 6 Aug 2013 2:57PM GMT 
AnnetteCode 26 Sep 2013 4:02AM GMT 
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