Tullahanoge.
Irish Parliamentary Gazatteer 1846.
Tullahanoge, a parish in the barony of Upper Navan, 2 1/2 miles south east of Athboy, co. Meath, Leinster. Length, east south eastward, 2 miles; extreme breadth, 1 1/2; area, 1,414 acres, 2 roods, 10 perches. Pop., in 1831, 112; in 1841, 178. Houses 36. The surface consists of good arable land, and is traversed by the road from Athboy to Trim. The principal residences are Sherborne lodge, Shamrock hill, and Clifton lodge, the last the seat of the Earl of Darnley.
“The surrounding estates,”
remarks Mr. Fraser,
“particularly the large tract of land possessed by the Earl of Darnley, as also the late estates of Lord Sherborne, have been highly improved; and the comfortable farm houses and good husbandry cannot fail to attract the attention of the traveller, and make some amends for the flat and featureless country between this point and Trim.”
The hamlet of Tullahanoge is situated on the north east verge of the parish. This parish is a curacy, and part of the benefice of Trim, in the dio. of Meath. Tithe composition belonging to the incumbent, £24 18s. 5 1/4d. The rectorial tithes are of unknown value, and are impropriate in James O'Reilly, Esq. In 1834, the Protestants amounted to 7, and the Roman Catholics to 108; and there was neither church, chapel, nor school.