Official Townland name
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PlacenamesPlacenames mentioned in this townland are :
Field Name BookField Name Book description from 1838/1839 noted by the surveyors who produced the O.S maps originally.
CregnanaghB.S.S.M. : 4
Creag na n-Each , the rock of the horses.
- Cregnanagh : J. 0'D,
- Cregnenah : County Book,
- Cregnsnaugh : Tithe Ledger
This td. is situated in the north side of the parish. It is bounded on the N. by the td. of Garraun; E. by Bullaun td.; S. by the tds. of Kill and Moorgagagh; and W. by Carrowmore td. It contains 131a. Or. 14p., statute measure.
It is the property of Gunwell French, Esq., of Ballyforan. Agent, James Foy, of Lakefield, in the ph. of Shrule. The soil is light, producing middling crops of wheat, oats and potatoes. The land is let to occupying tenants, on leases of 3 lives or 31 years, at the yearly rent of 21s. per Irish acre,in farms of from 2 to 8 acres. The tenants are all Roman Catholics There are two ancient forts in the north side of this td.
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