Title: Return of Owners of Land of One Acre and Upwards, in the several
Counties, Counties of Cities, and Counties of Towns, in Ireland: showing the
names of such Owners arranged Alphabetically in each County; their
addresses - as far as could be ascertained - the extent in Statute Acres, and
the Valuation in each case; together with the number of Owners in each
County of less than One Statute Acre in extent; and the total Area and
Valuation of such properties; and the Grand Total of Area and Valuation for
all Owners of property in each County, County of a City, or County of a
Town. To which is added a Summary for each Province and jor all Ireland.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. Local
Government Board, Ireland: Dublin: 1876: 101
PROVINCE OF LEINSTER
[Name of Owner:] Pluck, Mary A. S.
[Address of Owner:] --
[ Extent:] [A.]111 3[R.] 18[P.]
[Valuation:] [£]83 0[s.]
A=acres; R=Rods; P=square pole. 1 rod is a quarter of an acre and there are 40 poles in a rod. A rod is also known as a perch.