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Killoe, history of a County Longford parish

Owen Devaney

Killoe, history of a County Longford parish

by Owen Devaney

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Published by Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnois in [Longford, Ireland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Killoe (Ireland)
    • Subjects:
    • Killoe (Ireland) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementOwen Devaney.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA995.K494 D48 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination348 p. :
      Number of Pages348
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3048430M
      LC Control Number82141863

      Title: County Longford and its People (An index to the Census) Author: David Leahy Publisher: Flyleaf Press Year: Lookup Volunteer: Brian Wray. Check out the beautiful old County Longford maps on County Longford and the Irish Revolution Window on a Catholic Parish: Granard, County Longford, Are you tracing your Longford roots? ‘s Longford Genealogy subsite offers free access to thousands of records compiled by Dr. Jane Lyons.. Quick Link Resources. Irish Roman Catholic Parish Records: Summer (With Images); Latin Names in English– important because first names are given in Latin in some Roman Catholic Parish Registers and you .

      The Irish name for Kiltyreher (Killoe Civil Parish) is Coillte Reithir The English name for Kiltyreher (Killoe Civil Parish) is Kiltyreher. Kiltyreher (Killoe Civil Parish) is on : Kiltyreher (Killoe Civil Parish). Map. It is located at 53° 45' 10" N, 7° 44' 28" W. The Irish Families Project for Longford The Master book to the 29 volume Irish Families series is 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small'. That book gives hundreds of family histories from County Longford, and the surrounding areas. " County Longford Genealogy and Family History Notes", volume 19 in the series, expands upon that coverage.

      It is situated six miles North of Longford Town. From Corn Hill, beside the village, there is a superb view of the surrounding countryside. Ennybegs, Eonaigh Bega, Little Marshes. Situated in the Parish of Killoe (the church of the Yew Tree) Close by is Carrickglass Manor, of early Victorian Architecture built in Forgney, Feorgnaidh, An. From the Well of St. Patrick, Dromard Parish County Longford. St. Mel's Diocesan Trust and Dromard History Group. Maynooth Studies in Local History, Windows on a Catholic Parish St. Mary's Granard, Co., Longford. Mimnagh, John, "To the Four Winds": Famine Times in North Longford. Mullingar: Morgan, Kathleen, Cilleo the Church.


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Killoe, history of a County Longford parish by Owen Devaney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Killoe (Irish: Cill Eo, meaning "church of the yew") is a parish in County Longford, parish of Killoe is located approximately 6 miles north of Longford Town, and is home to Cairn Hill (locally called Corn Hill) or Carn Clonhugh - the highest peak in County Longford.

It is a largely rural community and parish in County : County Longford. County Longford (Irish: Contae an Longfoirt) is a county in is in the province of is named after the town of Longford.

Longford County Council is the local authority for the county. The population of the county at the census. The county is based on the historic Gaelic territory of Annaly (Anghaile), formerly known as Teffia (Teathbha).Country: Ireland.

Killoe, history of a County Longford parish [Devaney, Owen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Killoe, history of a County Longford parishAuthor: Owen Devaney. A map of the Civil Parishes of County Longford is available at Irish Times site. A map of the Catholic parishes of County Longford is available at Irish Times site.

Parish Records [edit | edit source] For a free guide to Killoe Catholic Parish, County Longford, Ireland Genealogy parish records available online, see: Irish Ancestors. Killoe civil parish, Longford.

Killoe Ordnance Survey map from Killoe parish map on 17 book format local histories. 2 local or family history journal(s) No directories listed. 12 General Register Office record(s) 40 wills records.

18. Killoe is a largely rural community, situated about 6 miles north of Longford town in the middle of Ireland. It is one of the largest parishes in county Longford and is bordered by Clonguish, Drumlish, Ballinamuck, Clonbroney (Ballinalee), Mostrim (Edgeworthstown) and Longford Town.

It is the custom in the parish to climb Corn hill on the first Sunday of June and stand on the mescon – which is at feet – is the highest point in County Longford.

On June 1sta special walk was organised with a stone from each townland in the parish left beside the mescon during a special ceremony. Killoe (County Longford) Message Board Get free family history advice from our local volunteers or browse more t genealogy queries.

Bernard O'Connell of Aughaboy and sister Rose O'Connell Hughes 20 Aug Farrell DONOHUE of Aughnacliffe or Annagh. 17 Mar Robinson Families 1 Aug Smith (Smyth) and Zo'Reilly. History of Drumlish.

Once part of the ancient parish of Killoe, Drumlish achieved its independence as a parish around the year nIt then became known as the parish of Monaduff, a name obtained from that of the chapel which stood about half way between Drumlish and Ballinamuck.

The chapel stood on the old road which lay left of the present. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency. KILLOE, or KILLOW (LOWER and UPPER), a parish, partly in the barony of GRANARD, but chiefly in that of LONGFORD, county of LONGFORD, and province of LEINSTER, 4 miles (E.) from Longford, on the road from that place to Granard; contain inhabitants, of which number, 15, are in Lower Killoe, and in Upper abbey was founded at.

Window on A Catholic Parish: Granard, County Longford (Maynooth Studies in Irish Local History) [Irish Academic Press, Irish Academic Press] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Window on A Catholic Parish: Granard, County Longford (Maynooth Studies in Irish Local History)Author: Irish Academic Press Irish Academic Press.

The LDS film #'s for the church registers are: Ardagh & Moydow # Clonbroney # Granard # Kilcommock # Killoe # (Source: FHL #) Killoe Marriages []. Killoe Young Emmets (Emmet Óg) is a Gaelic Football club based in Killoe, County Longford, club can trace its origins back to and has its base at the Club grounds at Emmet Park in Clonee.

Killoe has won 12 Longford Senior Football Championship titles and 1 Longford Senior Hurling Championship title. The club also has thriving Underage (Killoe Óg) and Ladies County: Longford. Dromard Parish ("Lower Killoe") was once part of the larger medieval parish of Killoe and Moyne is part of the parish.

It takes its name from an old Mass house built in the s on Dromard. The parish of Dromard borders three counties and three provinces being located in Co.

Longford it also borders parts of Leitrim in Connaught and Cavan in. History of Newtownbond church and graveyard in the Catholic parish of Killoe situated in County Longford, Ireland. Photos, maps, and some transcriptions. Killoe links. Killoe Family history or genealogy.

Local history. Ballymacormack had a long connection with the parish of Killashee dating back to at least the early s and in the s was joined with Moydow for a time. Mel’s Cathedral The Cathedral is named in honour of St. Mel, who died around the year /, a contemporary of St.

Patrick, and first Bishop of Ardagh. Your Longford ancestry. Toggle navigation. Irish Ancestors. Longford, Ireland: Classification: Parish Records Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.

There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees. I recently recieved a scrap book that mentioned my 2nd great grandmother, Anna Quinn bornwas from Killoe. Her parents were Daniel Quinn and Elizabeth Davis.

 Anna left Ireland in about and married Patrick Baldwin (of Kilmoremoy parish, County Waterford) in Albany NY on 8 Sep  Susan Quinn and Patrick Quinn were witnesses - I assume. Bythe association had been instituted in Longford and soon came new clubs sprang up across the county, including two in the parish of Killoe – Erin’s Pride (originally named Erin’s Hopes) in and Killoe McMahons in TEMPLEMICHAEL, a parish, partly in the barony of LONGFORD, but chiefly in that of ARDAGH, county of LONGFORD, and province of LEINSTER, on the main road from Dublin to Sligo, and on the river Camlin; containing (with the town of Longford), parish comprises statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act, and is principally under tillage, though .Stay in touch.

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