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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost


Part I. Topography of Thomond

Chapter 3. Burren, or Corcomroe East

  1. Families of O’Loghlen and O’Connor; Islands of Arran formed part of Corcomroe; Historical notices of Corcomroe
  2. School of O’Davorens, professors of law at Cahermacnaghten; Duald MacFirbis a scholar there; Deed of partition of land between the sons of O’Davoren
  3. Deed of submission to the Earl of Thomond, executed by the O’Loughlens
  4. Large number of stone built Cahers in Burren and Corcomroe
  5. Abbey Parish; Abbey of Corcomroe; Family of O’Hynes; Road of Corcair-na-cleirach
  6. Drumcreehy parish
  7. Oughtmama Parish; Ancient churches at Oughtmama; Curious legend of St. Colman MacDuach; Finavarra, the residence of the O’Dalys
  8. Carran Parish; Ancient church of St. Cronan, remarkable window; Valley and church of St. Columbkille
  9. Noughaval parish
  10. Gleninagh parish
  11. Killonaghan parish
  12. Kilmoon Parish; Castle of Fineen Fitzpatrick, and house of O’Davoren at Lisdoonvarna
  13. Killeany parish
  14. Rathborney parish
  15. Kilcorney parish
  16. Genealogy of the Family of O’Loghlen

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