1770 West Kerry, Land Measurement, an Ounce, one sixteenth of a Greeve, enough for a Potato Garden

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In Edith Mary Johnston-Liik’s companion book pmn the History of the Irish Parliament she deals with the multiplicity of 18th century land measurements.

On she quotes from Arthur Young’s Travels in West Kerry 1770, Parish of Tooavistar,  in an Ounce, one sixteenth of a Greeve, enough for a Potato Garden

https://durrushistory.com/2016/08/20/ploughlands-greeves-cosses/

https://durrushistory.com/2016/03/11/letting-of-18-gneeves-at-kealties-durrus-west-cork-from-stephen-derinau-to-young-roycroft-gent-clonee/

https://durrushistory.com/2015/06/28/goleen-1844-a-gneeve-one-twelfth-part-of-a-ploughland/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/11/28/sale-in-1729-of-lands-by-lord-burlington-jeremhjeremiah-coughlan-from-carrigmanus-agebt-to-richard-tonson-for-3882-including-one-ploughland-town-and-lands-of-shannyvoghwora-ballydehob-422-engl/

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