Townlands of Annaclone

Townlands of Drumballyroney

  • Ardbrin meaning 'Byrne's Height'
  • Aughnacloy meaning 'ford of the stone' 
  • Ballynanny meaning 'townland of the marsh'
  • Ballynafoy meaning 'townland of the green'
  • Ballynafern meaning 'townland of the alder'
  • Ballyshiel meaning 'O'Sheil's townland'
  • Ballynagross meaning 'townland of the crosses'
  • Cappagh meaning 'the tilled plot'
  • Clay meaning 'the hurdle or wattle'
  • Derrylough meaning 'oakwood of the lake'
  • Lisnasliggan meaning 'fort of the slatey stones'
  • Tullintanvally meaning 'the hill of the old road'
  • Tullyorior meaning 'hillock of the boundary'
  • Ballybrick meaning 'townland of the son of the servant

 of Bridgid'

  • Ballyroney meaning ' settlement of O'Roney'
  • Seafin meaning 'Finn's Seat'
  • Lisnavaghrog meaning 'fort of the woodbines'
  • Aughnavallog meaning 'field of the swallows'
  • Lissize meaning 'fort of the wooden height'
  • Tirfergus meaning 'Fergus' land'
  • Tirkelly meaning 'O'Kelly's land'
  • Tirygory meaning 'O'Gorry's land' 
  • Lisnacroppan meaning 'fort of the lumps'
  • Grallaghgreenan meaning 'eminent or gravelly place'
  • Imdel meaning 'townland of the border or limit'
  • Ballynamagna meaning 'town of the O'Beggan's'
  • Edenagarry meaning 'hillface of the garden'
  • Lisnacreevy meaning 'fort of the branchy tree or place'
  • Lackan meaning 'flagstone'
  • Annahinchigo meaning 'fort of the ash'
  • Drumdreenagh meaning 'blackthorn ridge'
  • Drumarkin meaning 'townland of the ridge'
  • Cavan meaning 'a round dry hill'
  • Lisnisk meaning 'fort of the water'
  • Moneygore meaning 'goat's bog'
  • Rosconnor meaning 'wood of the bulls'
  • Shannaghan meaning 'townland of the young foxes'

In 2019, we are hoping to do a field study of the townlands and focusing specifically on ancient field names and old houses. If you are interested in helping us or if you know of any specific field names please get in contact with us.