Killanummery Parish

O’Donovan’s Name Books

(Killanummery) Parish

Compiled by John O’Donovan in 1835.  Re-arranged and re-typed by

FAS Project in Leitrim Genealogy Centre, Ballinamore in 1994.

Irish versions checked and standardised by Seán  Ó Suilleabháin in 2008

 

Acres

NA hACRAÍ, the acres.

Alick's Fort

Altavelid Townland in Killerry Parish County Sligo

ALT MHAOLAID Mallott's fort-

Altnacullan North -   North Bar Altnacullan

ALT NA GCUILEANN, hill of the hollies.

Altnagullion

ALT NA GCUILEANN. hill or glen-side of the hollies.

Annasheentagh

ÁTH NA SÍONTA, Ford of the storms.

Annasheentagh Bridge

DROICHEAD ÁTHA NA SÍONTA.

Ardakipbeg

ARD A CHIP BHEAG.  hill of the stock (little).

Ardakipmore

ARD A CHIP MHÓIR, hill of the stock (Big).

Ardvarney

ARD BHEARNAIGH.  high gap.

Ballanagare

BÉAL ÁTHA NA gCARR, mouth of the ford of the cars.

Ballanagare Bridge

DROICHEAD BHÉAL ÁTHA NA gCARR, Bridge of Bellanagare.

Ballynadaragh

BAILE NA DARACH.  Town of the Oak.

Ballynaskeagh

BAILE NA SGEACH, town of the briars.

Ballysummoghan Parish in the County Sligo

BAILE UÍ SHUMACHÁIN. O'Summaghan's town, or Summerstown.

Bawn

BABHUN, a Bawn of a Castle.

Beagh

BEITHEACH, birch wood.

Black Fort

Black Woman's Fort

LIOS DUBH.  Black fort.

Boleymount Townland in Killery Parish, County Sligo

BUAILE, a dairy place, a Booley.

Bollybeg South

BUAILE BEAG. small Booly or dairy place.

Bonnet River

BUNAIT, over-flowing or lasting river.

Caddagh

CADACH, friendship

Camoge Bridge

DROICHEAD CHAMÓIGE.

CAMÓG, a crooked river.

Carrickmurray is a Townland in the Parish of Killargy

CARRAIG MHUIREADHAIGH, Murrey's rock.

Carrigeen

CARRAIGÍN, a small rock.

Carrowerin

CEATHRÚ   CRUINN, Round quarter.

Carrowmore Townland

CEATHRÚ   MÓR, great quarter.

Carrownaguilta Townland

CEATHRÚ NA gCOILLTE, Quarter of the woods.

Carrowyclooaun Townland

CEATHRÚ A CLUMHÁIN, Clowane's quarter.

Cashel

CAISEAL, a stone fort.

Clarane Bridge

DROICHEAD CHLOICHRIN.

Cleen

CLAON BEAG, small slope.

Cleen

CLAON MÓR, Great slope.

Cleighran

CLOICHREAN, stony ground.

Clogha

CLOCHAN. a stony ford.

Cloonbannive

CLUAIN BANBH. Lawn of the young pig.

Corcusconny

CURCOS  CONNAIDH, Corcas of the firewood of faggots.

Corglass

CORR GLÁS, green round hill.

CORGLANCY

CORR MHIC FHLANCHADHA, Mac Clancy's pit or round hill.

Corratimore Glebe

CORR A TÍ MHÓIR, Round hill of the Big house.

Creevelea

CRAOIBH LIATH.  Grey Branch or bush.

Creevelea Abbey

MAINISTIR NA CRAOIBHE LIATH, Abbey of the Grey Branch.

Curglancy

Derrinaher

DOIRE AN ATHAR.  oak wood of the father.

Derrowen

DOIRE EOGHAIN, Owen oak wood.

Derrybrisk

DOIRE BRIOSC.  Brittle Derry or oak wood.

Derrybrisk Fort

LIOS DOIRE BROISC.  Fort of the brittle Derry or oakwood.

Derryvarry

DOIRE BHEARRAIGH.    Berry's oak-wood.

Doonbran Islands

OILEÁN DHÚN BHRAN.  Island of the Dun or fort of Bran.

Dromore

DROIM MÓR, great ridge.

Drumany

DROIM EANAIGH.  ridge of the marsh.

Drumconner

DROIM CHONCHÚR, Conor's ridge.

Drumduff

DROIM UÍ DHUIBHTHE.  Ridge of the vat or keeve.

Drummury

 DROIM MURAIGH.  Murray's ridge.

Drumrane

DROIM RATHAIN.  ferny ridge.

Duns Fort

Edergole

IDIR GHABHAIL. central fork.

Flughanagh

FLIUCHANACH, spewy land.

Friars Town a Gentlemans seat

BAILE NA M-BRÁTHAR, town of the friars.

Garvagh

GARBHACH, rough land.

Garvagh Glebe

GARBHACH. rough land.

Glasdrumman

GLAS DROMÁN, Green ridge.

Gortaruddan

GORT A RUDAIN, Field of the mire.

Gortlownan Townland in the Parish of Killery County Sligo

GORT LEAMHNÁIN, field of the elms.

Greaghnafarna

GREACH NA FEARNA, field of the elders.

Harrisons Castle

Killananima

COILL AN ANAMA, wood of the soul (4 Masters).

Killanummery

CILL AN IOMAIRE, Church of the ridge.

Killavoggy

COILL A BHOGAIGH.  wood of the Bog.

Killcoon

CILL CHUAIN. Quan's church.

Killeen

CILLÍN, a small church.

Killerry Parish County Sligo

CILL OIRIDH.  Oiridh's Church

Killmacallan Parish in the  County of Sligo Barony of Tirerill

CILL MHAC CALLAIN. MacCallan's church.

Kinabawn

CEANN BÁN.  white head.

Lavally Townland in the Parish of Ballysumaghan County Sligo

LEATH BHAILE, half town.

Lisanawark Fort

LIOS AN AMHAIRC.  Fort of the sight or prospect.

Lisanore Fort

LIOS AN ÓIR. fort of the gold. 

Lisatober Fort

LIOS A TOBAIR, Fort of the well.

Liseelion Fort

LIOS ILEAN.  Ellen's fort.

Lislea

LIOS LIATH. Grey fort.

Lissycarroll

LIOS UÍ CHEARBHAILL. O'Carroll's fort.

Loughnalee

LOCH NA LAOGH.  Lake of the calves.

Lough Naoroagh

LOCH NA CRUAICHE, lake of the round hill.

McGarry's Fort

Mullaghdoo

MULLACH DUBH, Black summit.

Mullanaskeagh

MULLACH NA SCEACH.  summit of the briars or thorns.

Mullicars Forts

Rabaun

RATH BÁN, white fort.

Rageeaun Townland in the Parish of Killerry County Sligo

RATH GIDHEAN, Guion's fort.

Raragh Fort

RATH REITHE.  Ram's fort.

Raragh Hill

MULLACH RATHA REITHE.  Summmit of Rathrea.

Shancoagh Parish in the Barony Tirerill and the County Sligo

SEAN CHUACH.  Old round hollow.

Shanmuallagh

SEAN MULLACH, Old Summit

Sligara

SLIGEARACH. Shelly land.

Sracummer

SRATH CUMAIR.  Holm of the confluence.

Sradoon

SRATH A DÚIN.  holm of the fort

Sranacrannagha

SRATH NA CRANACHA.  holm of the trees.

Tirerill Barony in the County Sligo

TIR OILIOLLA. Oiholl's district or territory.

Toberinanea Townland in Killery Parish County Sligo

TOBAR AN FHÁINNE, wall of the ring, or colt's foot.

Trisnlon

TROMLAN.  abounding in elder trees.

Tully

TULAIGH, A hill

Tullyard

TULAIGH ARD, high hill.

Tullycooly

TULAIGH CHUAILE, hill of the pole.

Tullynagloghbrack No. 1.

TULAIGH NA GCLOCH BREAC, hill of the speckled stones.

Tullynascreen

TULAIGH NA SCRÍNE, hill of the shrine.

Watters Fort

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