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.
MoregagaB.S.S.M. : 9
See parish name Moregaga
- Moorgagagh : J. 0'D,
- Moregagagh : Inq. temp. Jac. I.
- Moregagagh : Strafford's Survey
This td. is situated in the north side of the parish. It is bounded on the N. by the td, of Cregnanagh; E. by Kill td.; W. by the td. of Cahermacullick; and S. by Loughnakill.
It contains 101a. Or. 15p., including 20a. Or. 36p. of water and is Bishop Land, the property of the Established Church. It is held by Valentine Blake, Esq., of Minlough, near Galway. It is at present in Chancery. Agent, Richard McEvilly, Ballyglass. It is let at 17s.6d. per Irish acre. Grazing, bad. Crops, generally middling. A portion of this td. is very rocky, with limestone. There is an old church in the S.E. side.
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