November 10, 2016 Genealogy Research No Comments

Small Sources 12. This rent roll lists 25 tenants on the Kildare estate of William Tighe in 1825-26.   The estate is in the parish of Kilteel, Co. Kildare but no further information is provided as to which townlands they occupied. William Tighe lived in Woodstock, Co. Wicklow and had estates in several counties.  This was one of his smaller land-holdings.  The original rental is in the National Library of Ireland Ms. 872

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An extract from the list of tenants on Tighe Estate in Kilteel 1825

Denis Doran
Joseph Woods
James Kelly
John Purcell &
Thomas Broe ?
Widow Bacon
John Nowlan
Patrick Clarke
John Clarke
John Buggle
Peter Burchell
.. McEvoy
M Golding
J. Doyle
T & P Grainger
Richd. Raymond
Miss Burchell
Patt Slevin
Wm. Fennell
Peter Burchell
William Mitchell
James Lalor
Francis Rooney
James Goslin
Mick Burchell & Miss Burchell
Tracing Your Kildare Ancestors

Tracing Your Kildare Ancestors

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Dr Jim Ryan is a writer and publisher who has been active in Irish genealogy for the past 35 years. His books include: Irish Records- sources of family and local history; Tracing your Dublin Ancestors (Flyleaf Press 2009); Irish Church Records (Flyleaf 2001); Sources for Irish Family History (Flyleaf 2001), and Tracing your Sligo Ancestors (Flyleaf 2012). He writes blogs and articles for Ancestor Network and Irish Roots, and previously for In-Depth Genealogist, and Irish America. He has lectured extensively to genealogy conference and societies.