Fanning & Darmody listings and details from Griffith’s Valuation published 1850-1 for Co Tipperary Ireland.
Fannings, Fannins & Darmodys listed in Griffith’s Valuation
Griffith’s Valuation for all counties of Ireland can be searched at Ask About Ireland. It is a free site and you can look at the original documents.
Listed alphabetically by townland and all in North Riding, County Tipperary. The parishes are civil parishes. The dates I have given are the printing dates.
Michael Fanning poor Law Union of Thurles, Barony of Ikerrin, Parish of Templeree, Townland of Ballinlassa. Street No 6a. O.S. Sheet or Town Plan Ref 29. Map Ref 5. Michael Fanning’s name is bracketed with William Tracy 6b and Michael Brennan 5. Michael Brennan has land, William Fanning House and land and William Tracy has a house and land. The combined amount is 4 acres 3 roods 20 perches with a net annual value of 2 pounds 15 shillings. Value of the buildings was 15 shillings net annual value.
Margaret Fanning Poor Law Union of Thurles, Parish of Holycross and Townlandof Ballyvoneen. Street No 2e. House with annual net value of 6 shillings. Map ref 57. Mar 1850.
Patrick Fanning Poor Law Union of Thurles, Barony of Eliogarty, Parish of Thurles, Townland of Bawntamena. Street No 1. Land 6 acres, 2 roods, 12 perches net annual value of 9 pounds 16 shillings.
Martin Fanning Poor Law Union of Thurles, Barony of Eliogarty, Parish of Twomileborris, Townland of Blackcastle, Street No 3AB Map Ref 47. Land with Mrs Maher 28 acres 8 perches value 5 pounds 18 shillings combined. 3Aa is a house, office and garden, 1 acre 2 perches, value 11 shillings and value of building 3 shillings; rented to James Maher by Martin Fanning and Mrs Maher. Mar 1850. Continue reading “Fanning and Darmody in Griffith’s Valuation of Co Tipperary Ireland 1850-1”
List of property for Lissaroon Townland Co Tipperary Ireland in Griffith’s Valuation 1850; includes William Fannin 1770-1860.
Griffith’s Valuation was the first comprehensive valuation of Irish property and was carried out between 1847 and 1864. The aim being to construct a country-wide tax base.
It is especially important for constructing the Irish end of a family tree as there are so few Irish records to look at. The Census documents from 1821 to 1851 were destroyed in 1922 during the Irish Civil War. Griffith’s Valuation has been termed a “census substitute”.
The above record for Lissaroon was published March 16 1850. The William Fannin included was married to Hanera Cormick (1782-1848). He was born c1770 and died in 1860.
The distribution of the Fanning Surname in Ireland from Griffith’s Valuations 1848-1864:
Co Tipperary 65; Co Kilkenny 31; Co Wexford 20; Co Roscommon 18; Co Louth 15; Co Leitrim 13; Co Waterford; Cork City 10; Co Dublin 10; Co Offaly( Kings Co) 8; Co Laois (Queens Co) 6; Co Limerick 4; Dublin City 3; Co Antrim 3; Co Armagh 3; Co Cork 3; Co Monaghan 3; Co Wicklow 2; Belfast City 2; Co Cavan 2; Co Galway 2; Co Derry 1; Co Kildare 1; Co Longford 1;
The number of Fanning Households in 1851 by Civil Parish in Co Tipperary:
On this map of North Tipperary Civil Parishes are marked the parishes where Fanning, Fannin and Darmodys lived in 1850.
These are the Civil Parishes where Fannings, Fannins and Darmodys are listed in Griffith’s Valuations. There is detailed information on individual entries in Griffith’s Valuations in the post “Fanning/Fannin/Darmody in Griffith’s Valuation” 3/21/09.
They are, going clockwise from the top,: Roscrea, Bourney, Killavinoge, Templeree, Loughmoe West, Loughmoe East, Moyne, Rahelty, Twomileborris, Ballymureen, Moycarkey, Fertiana, Holycross, Thurles, Inch, Glenkeen, Drom, Templemore.