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Our townlands

Carnalbanagh Primary School.

Our townlands

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Published by NEELB, Northern Ireland Arts Council, Orangebox in Carnalbanagh (CO. Antrim) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Carnalbanagh Primary School.
The Physical Object
Pagination1v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15212836M
ISBN 101874503249
OCLC/WorldCa34850672

Airstreams. Why not go for the ultimate glamping experience this year and book one of our luxurious Airstreams at Townlands? Leave all your heavy bags and tents behind and treat yourselves, step into one of our beautiful Airstreams and enjoy the luxuries of comfy beds, fluffy towels, toilet, hot shower, fully equipped kitchen, central heating, air con, a full entertainment . FindMyPast have put up indexes of townlands and parishes in Ireland from to In addition to townlands and parishes, details of baronies and electoral divisions in Ireland for a given year. See Indexes To The Townlands and Parishes Baile in its anglicised form 'Bally' is the most dominant element in our placenames; it will be found in approximately 10% of Co. Clare townlands. Today the word baile denotes a town or urban settlement; but since towns, as we know them, had no place in the Gaelic social organisation, the precise meaning of the ancient baile is not clear.


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The Know your townlands project is implemented through The Ring of Gullion Landscape Partnership LPS is part of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s programme to conserve and enhance some of the region’s most treasured landscapes.

The LPS runs from September until August The smallest of the townlands were numbered rather than name labeled on the Innercity Trust maps; the key to the numbered areas on the original map is what was illegible.

We have done our best to approximate where these townlands are located using contemporary borderless maps and the acreage data from the book "General Alphabetical Index to the.

Townlands in Ireland. Ireland has 32 County divisions. These are further sub-divided and a Barony is the largest sub-division which itself has a number of sub-divisions called Civil Parish (Parish) units.

The Poor Law Union (PLU or Union) is another division of the Country into about units which does cross County boundary lines at times.

The Tithe Applotment Book s and the Griffiths Primary Valuation employ administrative divisions some of which are no longer in use e.g. the Barony and the Civil parish. The Townland. The smallest division, the ‘townland’ can vary in size from a single acre to a few thousand acres.

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Galway). The townland is the foundation of land division in Ireland, so the starting point for many searches. The standard work of reference for searches is a book published in with the title "General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland", which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co.

of Dublin, " for her Majesty's Stationery Office". The National Archives of Ireland, in partnership with the Genealogical Society of Utah, published a database of the Tithe Applotment Books online on their Genealogy Website.

The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) have also released images of the Tithe Applotment Books for Northern Ireland on their website. Find out more about access and the pitfalls of searching. The parish heritage book, entitled “ Glenamaddy Boyounagh: Our People – Our Heritage“ which was officially launched on 21st September in Glenamaddy Community Centre, contains stories of the people and their traditions, in addition to approved information on each family and interesting facts on the parish and its townlands.

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Other projects we have done are the Millennium Book and a project on our townlands and planting trees on National Tree Day and we planted them around the school. During the year we do tests and go on educational tours to places like the Burren.

With the help of our teachers we can use computers, design our own web pages and scan pictures. It is hoped that this book will give an insight into the lives of the people of Walsh Island and surrounding townlands down throughout the years.

From the arrival of the first people through the land corridor of Ballinakill, finding high dry land, overlooking peatlands on all sides. “The book covers part of the history of 18 townlands between Rathmullan and Kerrykeel.

It’s a beautiful area within a horseshoe of mountains, leading down to the shore of the Swilly,” he said. “We (the authors) are from three different townlands, but each have a lot of historical knowledge of our own patch.”.

This page book provides comprehensive cross indexes for those who are researching genealogical and historical records from Ireland.

It is comprised of three helpful indexes that will help you locate the townlands, parishes, baronies, Poor Law Union, and counties where your ancestors' records were recorded, plus OS map references and Census references. This book records the changing pattern of the twenty-three townlands which form the civil parish of Forkhill through to current.

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The over densely printed pages show the county, barony, parish, and poor law union in which townlands were situated inas well as the location of the townlands on the Great Ordnance Survey maps, with appendices containing separate indexes to parishes and baronies.

Name (as per O.S.I. Map): Newcastle Ainm/Ainmneacha as Gaeilge (John O’Donavan’s Townland Index ): Caisleán Núadh Meaning of the Name: Ainm as Gaeilge: Meaning in English: Caisleán Núa New Castle Currabán (Old name) White Weir (Vestry book. General Alphabetical Index to Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland: Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year by Ireland and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Given under our hands October 1, John Dysart & William Walker, Church Commissioners.

Chairman: Oliver Leckey. Vestrymen: William Inch. Jas. Cunningham. James Woods. David Woods. Notes entered at end of book. Thos. Wauchob. John Mackay. Jos. Wilson 8 acres in perpetuity. Mrs Henry of Dublin 13 acres P. Henry. Robt. Wilson 8 acres Chambers.

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Finally,our thanks go to Paul Claffey for his dedicated work on the design and layoutof this book. Cover picture shows the former McMahon Farmhouse in Trohanny lovingly restored by its owners,Joe Bergin (stonemason from Balbriggan,County Dublin) and his wife,Aine McGarry.

We are grateful to Aine for the use of the photograph reproducedFile Size: 1MB. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We would like to acknowledge the help given to us in compiling this family history.

Many people have, directly or indirectly, played important roles in the work that has culminated in this book. Our thanks go to the Catholic Parish of Moynalty, the National Library of Ireland and to Carmel Rice, of Meath.

Clare Townlands The townland is the smallest territorial division within each county and can range in size between one and several thousand acres.

They have been used extensively in land surveys, censuses and polling systems since the 17th century and. To appreciate the value of the concept of the townland the best course for us is pdf examine in detail every aspect of one or more of them in terms of our own existence.

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