Statistical Survey of the County of Clare, 1808

By Hely Dutton

Chapter V - Section 24

List of Parishes

                                                    Barony of Burrin

Abbey,

Glunning,

Drumkreehy,

Kilmouny,

Oughtmoma,

Killaney,

Kilkorney,

Nohavall,

Rathborney,

Karne,

Killoneghan,

Crunane,

Glenvaan,

Glancolumkille.

   
   

Barony of Corcomroe.

   

Killelugh,

Killshanny,

Tomalin,

Kilfenora,—cathedral.

Kilmacreehy,

Cloony,

Killaspuglonane,

Kilmanaheen.

 
 

Barony of Inchiquin.

   

Killinamonagh,

Kilwedane,

Raghe,

Kilmacduagh,—there is 

Dysart,

another of this name in

Kiltultogh,

the county of Galway.

Kilnaboy,

Kilkeedy,

Corrofin,

Kiltacka,

Cood,

Moone.

 

Barony of Islands.

Ennis,

Clare Abbey,

Cloundegad,

Drumkleeve.*

Killone,

 

Barony of Bunratty.

   
   

Inchicronan,

Clonlaghen,

Kilraftis,

Drumline,

Cloney,

Fynagh,

Quin,

Bunratty,

Doroney,

Kilfintinan,

Templemaley,— acre

Coonock,

glebe—no glebe-house.

Killeby,—in the liberties

Tominlagh,

of the city of Limerick.

Killenasulogh,—15 acres

Meelick,

of glebe.

Saint Muntions,

Kilmallery,

Kilquaine.

Kilconry,

 

                                                    Barony of Tullagh

Feacle, Clonley,
Frenagheragh, Cruigh,
Tullagh, Kilmury,
Kilfenaghta, Killikenneda,
Ballyshine, Killuran,
Moinoe, Killeely,
Tomgrany, Donass,
Killud, Kiltanlea,
Toogonela, Inniskalto—has been long in
Aglish, controversy with county
Killaloe, Galway.

                                                    Barony of Ibrickan

Killard, Innisclea,
Kilmurry, Miltown.
Kilfarboy,

                                                      Barony of Moyferta

Kilballyhone, Kilrush,
Ross, Kilmacduane, Four acers of glebe and house, which has been lately built with every attention to stability and convenience under the inspection of the Rev.Mr. Whitty.
Moyferta, Killeroney,
Killenedane, Kilnagleagh,
Kilfieragh, Mollough.

 Barony of Clounderalaw

Killimer, Kilfadin,
Kilmurry Mc Mahon, Kildysert,
Kilmighill, Kilchrist.

 * The rector does duty in Ennis; three acres of glebe. In this church, though it has every appearance of antiquity, well cut stones, that evidently belonged to some former and better kind of building, are worked up with the other rough stones.

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