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Crossconnell

Crossconnell is a small wedged shaped townland located on the main road between Clonmany and Urris. The road to Tullagh branches of here. The sea level is 500' and the Clonmany river enters the sea here. Half of the land is arable and the rest is rough mountain sand hill grazing. There is a small cave near the road called Polldidart an Dough. It consists of two parts or villages - Crossconnell and Bunacrick or Foxtown.

Crossconnel / Crois Conaill - Connells Cross

Croscannell Inq No 11 Jac 1621
Crosconnyll Pat 1q Jac I 1621
Crostonyll Inq No 1 Car I 1625 (recte Crosconyll)
Crossconnell Grant 16 Car 1 1640
Crossconnell Cs 1654
Crossconell/Crossconnell Census c1659
Crossconnell BSD 1660f
Crossconnell HMR 1665
Cressconnell Pink 1669
Crossconnell Rent 1741
Crossconnall/Crosconnell Crow 1767
Crosconnell/Crossconnel Rent 1798
Crossconnell Mason 1814

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