|A New Valuation of Dublin 1830.|
Note: Work to add the surname data is now complete -
the database contains over 20,000 surnames, including some institutions and businesses, e.g.
Churches, Almshouses, Schools etc.
(updated 19th June 2022>)
A report of the Commissioners appointed under the Act 5 Geo. IV. c. 118 1830,
ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 7 February 1833.
This survey of Dublin, lists 21 parishes with around 960 streets in 340 pages and notes
description of houses and their total value in each of 20 different classes ranging
from those valued at over £300 to those under £5, as 1st to 20th class.
A Number of buildings are excluded from the survey - Trinity College, Bank of Ireland,
Royal Exchange, Linen Hall and Kings Inn, in addition several other blocks of houses are excluded
as being "in possession of his Majesty's Ordnance".
To search enter a surname or any part thereof, wildcard of * allowed. Searches are include
and check for a match in any part of the name - i.e.. Kell will locate Kelly and O'Kelly.
Most of the entries in the valuation only note the surname.
Select the search button - the left most column shows any matches, grouped by parish,
along with the page number and a count of the matches on the page, click on an entry
to show the matches on the selected page. The second column is a transcript of the first
columns of the valuation with the names and streets, any matching names are highlighted,
this column can be used as a guide to help locate the matches on the valuation image.
There is also an option to search by street or parish - see link near the top left of the page.