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.
BallynaltyB.S.S.M. : 3
Baile an Alta, the town of the cliff.
- Ballynalty : J. 0'Donovan
- Ballynallta : Down Survey Maps
- Ballynaltye : Strafford's Survey
- Ballinalty : Inq. temp. Jac. I.
In the. north side of the parish. Bounded on the N. by the parish of Cong ; E. by the td. of Bunnafollistran; S. by the td. of. Ballisnahyny;and on the W. by Gortatober td.
It contains 632a. 1r. 10p., including 18a. 2r. 17p. of water, and is the property of Charles Blake, Esq., Melon Hill, and Mr. Knox, of Tirawley. Agent for the former, Charles Crombie; for the latter, Alex. Glendenning, Esq. The land is let to tenants at will, in farms, of from 5 to 16 acres, at the yearly rent of 25s. per acre. There is a great deal of rocks and rough pasture in this td., for which the tenants have to pay. The tenants are all Catholics.
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