3 edition of County Kerry agricultural resource survey found in the catalog.
County Kerry agricultural resource survey
Kerry (Ireland). Committee of Agriculture.
|Statement||compiled by Kerry County Committee of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii,280p.,fold leaf :|
|Number of Pages||280|
The pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania, or, Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described, Pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania | Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described The fourth part has separate t.-p.: Locomotive sketches, with pen and pencil. Kerry County Council through its Library Service operates 9 Branch Libraries throughout the County - Ballybunion, Caherciveen, Castleisland, An Daingean, Kenmare, Killarney, Killorglin, Listowel and Tralee. The Local History and Archives Department, located at Library Headquarters, in Tralee is dedicated to collecting, preserving and making available for reference, material relating to the.
Lyracrumpane Wood - Listowel * Lyracrumpane or Ladhar an Crompain which means the space between converging rivers is located in the Stack's Mountains of north Kerry between the Smearlagh river and the Crumpane river. The rivers converge just downstream from Lyracrumpane bridge. Map of County Kerry On the right is a map of County Kerry showing the Towns and Villages around the county. To view our listings and access tourism information for a town or village, then click on the orange markers on the map showing where towns are located or use the direct text links below.
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Programmes. For these reasons the current Resource Survey of County Kerry is both timely and opportune. The Survey which has been largely compiled by members of the county's Advisory Service attempts to place the current state of agricultural development in the county in proper perspective.
County Kerry Agricultural Resource Survey, Tralee: Kerryman, Ltd. Google Scholar. Scheper-Hughes, N. Saints, Scholars and Schizophrenics: Mental Illness in Rural Ireland, Berkeley: University of California Press.
‘Changing Agricultural Strategies in a Kerry Parish Cited by: 2. Patrick Kissane contributes this information about the Books of Distribution and Survey and a transcription of the Survey for Killarney, presented in the table below.
Read about The Books of Survey and Distribution. Most of the land mentioned in the Killarney extract is situated to the east of the present Killarney town. These lands would have been owned by the O' Donoghue of the Glen branch. Patrick Kissane contributes this information about the Books of Distribution and Survey and a transcription of the Survey for Aghadoe, presented in the table below.
Read about The Books of Survey and Distribution. The Earl of Orrery mentioned was Roger Boyle, Earl of Cork. The Lady Ann Crosby mentioned who owned land in Aghadeo (Aghadoe) was the wife of Sir Walter Crosby deceased. Rocks sets, posters for the classroom, an activity book and county geology leaflets including this one were produced and circulated to all primary schools between and This leaflet provides an overview of the geology of County Kerry and is an ideal introduction to the topic.
CO, KERRY Grazing Capacity of Soils (To accompany Co. Kerry Agricultural Resource Survey Report.) Kilconty Point Leck Point Dðon Point Ballybunn:on Ki!more Bird Island Inshaboy Point Beal Point Bunaclugga Bay 'vervllle Carr slan Money Potnt Ardmore Point Tarbert Race anon Category Livestock Units per acres KERRY Rough Point "shannig HEAD.
E 1. KERR COUNTY. RESOURCE GUIDE. Water Street, Suite Kerrville, Texas Phone: Fax: Kerry has a rich tradition in the areas of archaeology, history and antiquities. The Local Studies & Archives section acts as a resource centre for the very many and varied inquiries in this field.
A comprehensive collection of books, tapes, prints and audio visual material has been built up over the years and is added to on a regular basis. The Tithe Applotment Books They were compiled between and in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings over one acre should pay in tithes to the Church of Ireland (the main Protestant church and the church established.
Most of these reports are county-based, have been converted to PDF, and are available from links below. The reports are also available at Federal depository libraries. USDA phased out the printing of reports after making Web Soil Survey the official source for information in Most of the archived soil survey reports include detailed soil maps.
The Ordnance Survey Name Books record John Hurley of Tralee as the agent for the Crosbie of Ballyheige estate in the s. The family estate amounted to o acres in county Kerry in the s.
Properties in the town of Tralee, owned by John Conway Hurley, including The Bridge House, were offered for sale in the Land Judges' Court in. In the s, the Ordnance Survey Name Books record that James Hewson was acting as agent for the estate of the late Nathaniel Bland, in the parish of Caher, where some of the lands were let to John Primrose.
In the s the estate of Francis C. Bland amounted to o acres in county Kerry. WHAT PROPERTY RECORDS ARE ONLINE. Griffith's Valuation () was a very comprehensive property tax survey published in different years for each county.
since the Church was an arm of the state. But it was only payable on some types of agricultural land, so the Books are much less comprehensive than Griffith's. USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information.
NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms.
The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of. County Agricultural Production. The County Agricultural Production Survey (CAPS) provides data needed to estimate acreage and production of selected crops and inventory of major livestock species at the county level for state and federal programs.
Data are also collected to update commodity information on the NASS list frame for sampling purposes. Kerry County Council delivers a wide range of services and supports to local communities across the county. These include Housing, Roads, Water Environmental Protection, Planning, Emergency Services and many more.
In addition to the three main towns, the towns of An Daingean, Ballybunion, Cahirciveen, Castleisland, Kenmare and Killorglin play a strategic role in servicing their rural.
Kerry County Council Rate Books & Abstracts of Accounts. Kerry County Board of Health Minutes (), Correspondence () and Collection Books ().
County Infirmary Minutes Kerry County Committee of Agriculture Minutes, Rural District Council Minute Books, ; Tralee & Killarney UDC Financial Volumes. Most of this land, 54, acres, was in county Kerry.
The College’s estates in county Kerry amounted to o acres in the s, including lands in the parish of Rattoo, barony of Clanmaurice and the village of Ballylongford, barony of Iraghticonnor. An offer was made by the Congested Districts Board on over acres of the College.
The term 'Griffiths Valuation Books' covers the library of materials created by the Valuation Office both before and after publication of the Primary Valuation of Tenements in the mid s.
It includes books used by Richard Griffith's valuers in the lead up to the great land survey, during the survey and – very importantly – SINCE the. OSI point out that the timing of these two original surveys can provide a valuable record for anyone tracing their Kerry family roots.
The original 6” survey was completed prior to the Great Famine. This means that there is a full and accurate picture of roads, townlands, field boundaries and houses at a moment in Irish history when the population was at its highest.
History. The entire area was granted to the English scientist Sir William Petty by Oliver Cromwell as part payment for completing the mapping of Ireland, the Down Survey in He laid out the modern town circa Before him, a previous surveyor of Ireland, Sir Valentine Browne (), ancestor of the Earl of Kenmare, was granted some lands in County Kerry during the resulting.USDA's Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS) is the primary source of information on the financial condition, production practices, resource use, and economic well-being of farm households.
The Farm and Household Finance Tailored Reports were last updated Decemto include data and corrections/revisions to previously released data.In the s the Ordnance Survey Field Name books record the letting of property in the parish of Ballyheige, part of the Crosbie estate, to Thomas Stoughton.
Kerry Supple acted as his agent. The estate of Thomas A. Stoughton of Ballyhorgan, amounted to o acres in the s while that of Charles Stoughton, of Ballynoe and London, was.