Grange / An Ghráinseach Compiled by Paul Greaney Overview Irish name: An Ghráinseach Irish pronunciation: English name: Grange Meaning: the grange, monastic farm Area: 262 acres, 3 roods, and 33 perches. Field Names: None yet recorded. Information from O’Donovan’s Field
Drumbaun / An Droim Bán Compiled by Paul Greaney Overview Irish name: An Droim Bán English name: Drumbaun Meaning: the white ridge. Area: 35 acres, 2 roods, and 29 perches. Field Names: None yet recorded. Information from O’Donovan’s Field Name
Proprietor Rochfort Esq., Tuam. The most part under tillage in the west side of which is heathy and rocky pasture.
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.
Proprietor Joyce, Esq. All under tillage in which a road runs South. It is situated 1 ¾ miles S. E. of Annaghdown Church. Bounded by Slievefin. South by Creg. East by Slievefin and West by Cregg.
Proprietor Francis Blake, Cregg Castle. All under tillage.
Proprietor Francis Blake, Esq., Cregg Castle. Part under tillage and [Unable to read.] flooded in winter. A road through its South end on the sides which there are trees. Has its name from a fort which has been destroyed for several years.
The property of W. Lambert. All under tillage. A road passes through the S. E. ends of the townland. It is situated 1 1/2 E. of Annaghdown Church. Bounded north by Slievefin, south by Carheeny, east by Carraghey and west by Baunmore.
Corrandrum / Cor an Droma Compiled by Paul Greaney Note: Part of Corrandrum is in the civil parish of Annaghdown, with the remainder in the civil parish of Kilmoylan. Where a distinction is drawn in a particular record, both parts
Bolisheen / Buaile Uí Oisín Compiled by Nicholas Lyons Overview Irish name: Buaile Uí Oisín English name: Bolisheen Meaning:. Island booley or dairy place. buaile (also buailidh) cattle-fold, summer-pasture. Ó (also : Úi). The booley of Ó hOisín. Ó hOisin