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Tullagh

Tullagh was once part of a quarterland known as Rosmagh. It is an irregular shaped townland, the north of which projects onto the sea. The sea level is 1200'. Half of the land is arable and the rest is rough mountain and sandhill grazing. Tullagh consists of three or four villages or parts; Hilltown, Drumshee?; Tullagh and Fallbane. Tullagh Point and Tullagh Bay are to be found here. Crossconnell School was once located here before it closed.

Tullagh / Tulach - hill ( note however that this townland is very flat)

Tulaugh/ Tullagh Crow 1767
Tullagh Rent 1798
Tullagh Mason 1814
Tullagh TAB 1828

Landmarks

Raghtin Beg 1200' (shared with Straid and Kinnea)
Crocklackey c 500' (shared with Crossconnell)
Craigaleen

Other Tullagh variations in Ireland

There are 13 other townlands named Tullagh and 759 townlands with various forms, most of which are Tully.


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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