Bunoghanaun townland; Proprietor Martin Blake, Esq, Ballygloonan. Under tillage except a portion of rocky ground…
Castlecreevy / Caisleán na Craobhaí Compiled by Irene McGoldrick Overview Irish name: Caisleán na Craobhaí English name: Castlecreevy Meaning: non-validated name listed in logainm.ie but it is generally accepted that this townland gets its name from Craoibhín a’ Búrca –
Drumgriffin / Droim Grifín Compiled by Evelyn Stevens Overview Irish name: Droim Grifín English name: Drumgriffin Meaning: The Ridge of Grifín, Grifín is probably a personal name Area: 233 acres and 7 perches Information from O’Donovan’s Field Name Books Description:
Corrandulla / Cor an Dola Compiled by Paddy & Bridie Scully Overview Irish name: Cor an Dola Irish pronunciation: English name: Corrandulla English pronunciation: Meaning: the round hill (if cor is from corr here), or stone wall (if from cora),
Cluidrevagh / An Chlúid Riabhach Compiled by Gerry Morgan Overview Irish name: An Chlúid Riabhach English name: Cluidrevagh Meaning: The streaked corner, grey nook or corner. Riabhach: streaked, grey. Area: 678 acres, 1 rood and 4 perches. Other Names:
H. Blake Esq., Loughrea, proprietor. All under tillage except about 9 acres subject to Winter floods. It is situated 1/2 mile NW of Currandulla Chapel. Bounded north by Balrobbuckbeg, South by Corrandulla, east by Turloughgarve, and west by Grange.
Francis Blake, Esq., Proprietor. All under tillage and is the greater part laid out as demesne containing the residence of the proprietor called Cregg Castle. It is situated 1 1/4 S. W. of Annaghdown Church [of Ireland]. Bounded North by Gurtroe. South by Thonaguraun. East by Mullaghdrum and West Castlereeva.
Michael Browne, Esq., Moyne, proprietor. All under tillage. The road from Galway to Tuam passes through the centre of this townland. It is situated 2 1/4 miles East of Annaghdown Church. Bounded on the N. by Kilcahill. West by Kilgill. South by Racoona and Corbally, and East by Corrandrum.
It is the property of Boyce Esq. A gent [Unable to read.] Galway. There are 2 Cahirs or forts [Unable to read.] [Unable to read.] North of the Townlands. S. side [Unable to read.] the road from Galway to Tuam [Unable to read.] through its East side. Nearly parallel to its East boundary. All under tillage. A small portion of its S. W. side subject to Winter floods.
A townland; It is the property of a newcomer Esq. All under tillage, with the exception of a few portions of rocky groundgs Esq. Part of which is tillage and the remainder rocky.