PLACES

Townlands are territorial divisions in Irish parishes, and vary in size. Some have ancient origins. Ordnance surveys during the mid-nineteenth century resulted in dramatic changes, such as townland amalgamation, the disappearance of names and sub-denominations, and the creation of new townlands.

Click on the links below to read about sites/places of interest in the townlands of Aghabullogue parish. This is a work in progress, and we hope you find it both interesting and informative.

AGHAVRIN (Achadh Bhrain)

CARHOO (CARHUE) LOWER (An Cheathrú Íochtarach)

CARHOO (CARHUE) UPPER (An Cheathrú Uachtarach)

CARRIGNAMUCK (Carraig na Muc)

CLONMOYLE EAST (Cluain Maol Thoir)

CLONMOYLE WEST (Cluain Maol Thiar)

CLONTEAD BEG (Cluain Téide Bheag)

CLONTEAD MORE (Cluain Téide Mhór)

COOLACULLIG (Cúil an Chollaigh)

COOLINEAGH (Cúil an Fhéich)

DEESHART (An Díseart)

DERREEN (An Doirín)

DROMATIMORE (Drom an Tí Móir)

FERGUS (Forghas)

GLEBE (An Ghléib)

GLENAGLOGH NORTH (Gleann na gCloch Thuaidh)

GLENAGLOGH SOUTH (Gleann na gCloch Theas)

GORTACROGHIG (Gort an Chrothaigh)

KILCOLMAN (Cill Cholmáin)

KILGOBNET (Cill Ghobnait)

KNOCKANENAGARK (Cnocán na gCearc)

KNOCKANEOWEN (Cnocán Eoghain)

KNOCKNAGOUN (Cnoc na nGabhann)

KNOCKROUR (An Cnoc Ramhar)

LECKANEEN (An Leacainín)

LEEMOUNT (Ard na Laoi)

MEESHAL (Míseal)

MONAREAGH (An Muine Riabhach)

MOUNTRIVERS (Cnoc idir Dhá Abhainn)

NADRID (Nead Druide)

OLDCASTLE (An Seanchaisleán)

OUGHTIHERY (Ucht Fhoithre)

PEAKE (An Phéic)

ROCKGROVE (Garrán na Carraige)

RYLANE (Réileán)

TULLIG BEG (An Tulaigh Bheag)

TULLIG MORE (An Tulaigh Mhór)

WOODFIELD (Gort na Coille)

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