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

Parish of Kilmurry-MacMahon

  1. Situation and name; Old Church (site of) occupied by the now Protestant one; Kilmore, where there was an old Church which has been supposed, but without truth, to be the Cill Mor Ara Tire of Irish Hagiologists; Ara Tire Territory not a part of the country of Corca-Bhaiscinn East in which this Kimore is situated; Clonderalaw Townland, which was the chief residence of Mac Mahon of Corca Bhaiscinn East, and from which the Barony received its name; Old Castle (remains of) in do. mentioned in List of Castles of Thomond in MS. Trin. Col. Dub. as the residence of Teige Mac Mahon; Irish Deed of Mortgage relative to Moylough between Torlogh Roe Mac Mahon, Chief of East Corco Bhaiscinn, and John Mac Giltinan of Kiltylang, drawn up in this Castle on 19th July 1611.

Other references to Kilmurry-McMahon Parish in the Ordnance Survey Letters


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