The Hearth Tax was based on legislation of 1622 to raise money for the government; 2 shillings was levied on each hearth or fireplace.
Arranged by county and parish the rolls name only householders and townland and the number of hearths on which he was taxed.
Most houses recorded had only one hearth, but substantial houses had several.
The rolls cannot be taken as a complete record of every household as it seems that many avoided paying the tax.
|- The Scotch Settlers in Raphoe, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1630-1700
Containing The Muster Rolls for the Barony of Raphoe c1630
Raphoe Hearth Money Roll 1665
Ruling Elders of Raphoe Congregation 1672-1700
|- Taughboyne Parish Hearth Money Roll c1663|
|- Templecarn Parish (Pettigo), Hearth Money Roll c1663|
Co. Tyrone Parishes Hearth Money Rolls Parishes
|Aghaloo (includes Caledon)||Ardboe||
|Ardstraw (includes Newtownstewart) Second Transcription||Ardtrea||Ballinderry|
|Ballyclog||Badoney 1666 and also Badoney c1670 (not divided into Upper and Lower until 1774)|
|Clogherny||Clonfeacle (includes Benburb)||Clonoe|
|Cumber (parish divided into Upper & Lower in 1794; the single townland of Stranalgalwilly, now in Learmount parish, is located in Co. Tyrone)||Derryloran (includes Cookstown) 1664
Derryloran (includes Cookstown) 1666
|Donacavey (includes Fintona)||Donagheady (includes Donemana)||Donaghenry (includes Stewartstown)|
|Donaghmore (includes Castlecaulfield)||Dromore||Drumglass (includes Dungannon)|
|Drumragh (includes Omagh)||Errigal Keerogue||Errigal Trough|
|Longfield (parish divided into Upper & Lower 1795)||Magheracross||Pomeroy (located in Donaghmore HMR)|
Urney 1666 (includes Castlederg)