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Ordnance Survey Letters by John O'Donovan and Eugene Curry, 1839

Parish of Clonlea

  1. Situation; Name; Holy well dedicated to St. Senanus, at which Stations are performed, in Kill-an-Aonaigh (Killanena); Clonlaogh mentioned in Irish Calendar, not identified with this Ph.; Old Church; Burial ground attached; Glanagawlagh (recte Gleann-na-nGarlach, i.e., the Valley or Pit of the Infants) burial ground for children in Enagh (recte Aonach O’Floinn); Remains of castle in same townland, mentioned in list of castles preserved in MS. Trin. Col. Dub. as belonging to John Mac Mahon; Park-na-Kille, burial place for children, in Mountallon (recté Maidhintalmhan); Remains of castle in same townland mentioned in College list as belonging to John Mc Nemara’s sons; Kilkishen House demesne in which there was formerly a small burial ground; Kilkisheen old Castle mentioned in list as belonging to Rory Mc Mahoun; Places in the Parish mentioned in No. 15 of Hardiman’s Irish Deeds.

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