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Straid

Straid is a very large and irregular townland. One third of the land is arable and the remainder is rough mountain grazing and bog.The north side of the land is fertile. It is home to the Old Straid Church. It consists of nine villages or parts; Effishmore Lower; Effishmore Upper; Tirhoran; Cloghfin; Gortnahunsion, Ballyhallan, Ballynacarta, Straid and Clehagh.

Straids / Sráid - a street

Carrowstradd/Carrostradd/Carro Stradd CS 1654
Strad Census c1659
Corrastrad BSD 1660 f
Strade HMR 1665
Straide Mason 1814
Straid TAB 1828

Landmarks

Butlers Glen, Glenevin Waterfall, Butlers Bridge, Ballyhallan River
Tirmaine House, Dresden, Glenhouse, Old Church, Graveyard
Smithy (2), School House, Weir, Quagmire, Dispy, L.S Rock
Camowen River, Clonmany Bridge, Slievekeeragh 1200'
Crocknacurragh 1000', Crocklacky 500' (shared with Crossconnell)
Raghtin More 1650' (shared with Letter)
Raghtin Beg c1200 (shared with Kinnea and Tullagh)
Crockmaine 1400' (shared with Urrismenagh)
Bulbin 1600 (shared with Adderville, Glebe and Rooskey)
Tandragee Hill 358' (shared with Binnion, Annaugh and Gaddyduff)
Fort near Cloghfin?

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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