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Re: correct name of town? Burrybog? Bonnybog?
Posted by: Kathleen Herron (ID *****6277) Date: April 18, 2011 at 07:09:41
In Reply to: correct name of town? Burrybog? Bonnybog? by Patricia Wood of 1091

When and where did Mike Sullivan die?

Here is the "bible" database for townlands - use all the variations (2-r's or 2-n's in the middle of the name, ends in "bog") in the search function:

Or an alpha listing of townlands:

Here are the Kerry church records:

I see 2 Simon Donohue's as sponsors in Sneem ...1846-48

Here are the townlands of Glenflesk:

A short account of Glenflesk Parish, Co Kerry. The pre-formation parish of Glenflesk, called the parish of Killaha, consisted of the following townlands;

-Annabeg, Annemore, Ardtigallivan, Athnagivcai, Barna, Bealinashruhire, Bunachumer, Cappaugh, Coolemore, Carrigavanna, Carrigavime, Carrigbui, Clohane, Clonkeen, Clydaghroe, Coolcurtoga, Coomeenabudoige. Coomalough, Coomacullen, Curracow, Crohane, Crosstown, Comeenavrick, Coosane, Curraglass, Curreal, Dereenacullig, Derrybonane,Derrygorma, Derrymaclevode, Derrnafinna, Derrynahire, Derrynacain, Derryreague, Droumavraka, Droumcarbin, Droumderalogh, Droumaharee, Foileadoun, Frehaunagh, Gorries, Glashacormac, Glounlea, Glounmahanageragh, Gortachuish, Gortalea, Gortagaruve, Gortlicka, Gortnakilla, Grantha, Inch, Islandmore, Killaha, Killeen, Knockanes, Knockanimirish, Knockanacudoige, Knocknabro, Knocknagowan, Mountnaball, Raenacruha, Rossacruebeg, Rossacrunaloo, Rossala, Rushenbeg, Rusheemore, Shroneaboy, & Tullaha.

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