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Clonmany

Clonmany village is a small squarish townland also known to the locals as the Cross. Half of the land is arable and the rest is rough hill grazing. The two white stones in Clonmany were called Adam and Eve. It is 50' - 350' above sea level. Clonmany River, St Mary's National School, the Market House and the Garda Barracks are located in Clonmany village

Clonmany/Cluain Maine - Mainy's lawn or meadow of the monks

Clonmany Ecc. Tax 1306
Clonmane Colton 1397
Clonman Mont 1605
Clonmany/Clounemanny/Clounemanney Inq 7 Jac 1 1609
Clonmoney/Clonemany/Clanmoney/Clonmony Inq No 11 Jac I 1621
Clanmony Cloneymeny Pat 1q Jac I 1621
Clonmony al. Clonmanny Grant 16 Car I 1640
Clanmannie/Clanmany/Clanmanie CS 1654
Clanmany/Clonmany Census c 1659
Clanmany/Clanmanie BSD 1660f
Clonmany HMR 1665
Clonmony al. Clonmanny Pink 1669
Clonmeny PRR 1740
Clenmeney/Clenmenney Crow 1767
Clanmeny Rent 1798
Clonmany Mason 1814
Clonmany TAB 1828
 

Adderville
Altahalla
Annaugh
Ardagh
Ballyliffin
Ballymacmoriarty
Binnion

Carrickabraghey

Carrowreagh or
Craicnacally

Cleagh
Clonmany
Clonmany Glebe
Cloontagh
Crossconnell

Dunaff

Fegart
Gaddyduff
Kinnea
Lagahurry
Lenan
Letter
Maghernaul
Meendoran
Rasheeny
Roosky
Straid
Straths
Tullagh
Tullynabratillly
Urrismenagh


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