Griffith's Valuation - Townlands

The Irish Poor Law Act of 1838 stipulated that each union was meant to finance "the relief of the destitute poor" in their own union. This was to be financed by levying rates on the people of the union thus necessitating a system of valuation.

Each holding in the union had to be valued and this massive task was carried out under the direction of Richard Griffith. The findings were published in General Valuation of Rateable Property in Ireland in 1856, this is more commonly known as Griffith's Valuation.

The details for the townlands of Killedan Parish are given below.

Total Annual Valuation of Rateable Property

Townlands £ S.
Camderrynabinnia 48 15
Craggagh 290 13
Cuillalea 195 15
Knocknaskeagh 281 2
Largan 75 12
Oxford 150 0
Ballinamore 727 16
Carrowndangan 255 13
Derryvohy 111 10
Lisduff 69 0
Killedan 213 15
Pollronahan Beg 35 10
Pollronahan Mor 98 0
Shanvally 60 0
Treenkeel 77 10
Ballynamona 118 8
Balloorclerhy 69 5
Annagh Hill 69 10
Brownes Park 21 5
Carrownteeaun 133 5
Cartron 51 5
Cloondoolough 74 5
Cloonkedagh 40 0
Garryroe 39 7
Lisnamaneeagh 421 5
Treenagleragh 256 10
Attavally 391 5
Carrownageeragh 90 1
Carrowreagh 147 6
Cordarragh (incl. part of town) 150 7
Corrahoor 79 0
Gortgarve (incl. part of town) 96 16
Gowelboy 36 5
Kiltimagh 335 4
Carrick 921 5
Cultrasna 46 2
Derrykinlough 39 5
Woods 62 8
Canbrack 50 15
Culgar 15 10