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LISNADILL PARISH, CO ARMAGH

To see how Lisnadill fits into the County of Armagh, see: Armagh Parishes

TOWNLANDS
LISNADILL PARISH, CO. ARMAGH. TOWNLANDS MAP
Drawn by Sharon Oddie Brown

1.  Lisdrumard
2.  Tirearly
3.  Ballycoffeey or Ballyhog
4.  Kilynure (in blue)
5.  Baltarran
6.  Aghaville
7.  Enagh
8.  Kennedies
9.  Magherarville
10. Lisbanoe
11. Ballynahone Beg
13. Moneyquin
14. Ballyards
15. Moneypatrick
16. Farmacaffly
17. Ballyheridan
18. Ballynagalliagh
19. Ennislare
20. Drunconwell
21. Ballymoran
22. Cavanacaw
23. Drumgaw
24. Killeen
25. Edenaveys
26 Drumbee More
27. Drumbee Beg
28. Edenknappagh
29. Calone
30. Balleer
31. Broughan
32. Killyfaddy
33. Lisnadill
34. Latmacollum
35. Outlack
36.Killycapple
37. Ballybrolly
38. Tullynagin

40. Ballymacanab
41. Seagahan
42. Tanderagee
43. Farranamucklagh
44. Cashel
45. Foley
46. Tullybrone
47. Corran
48. Armaghbrague
12&38 Lislea  

# Townland Connections to Family History
6. Aghaville See Hugh EDGAR Biography
7. Enagh OLIVER family connection - see 1816 Tree Planting Agreement
4. Killynure - in blue on map above Home to OLIVER, BROWN & JACKSON families. Also see 1816 Tree Planting Agreement signed by Benjamin OLIVER Also see newsclipping regarding Lisdrumard beneath.
1. Lisdrumard HAY TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
On Saturday, the 30th of August, instant, at Lisdrumard and Killynure, about two miles from Armagh, (by order of Messrs. Thomas and William Oliver,)
ELEVEN LARGE PIKES of PRIME WELL-SAVED FORCE GRASS HAY, the growth of the years 1843, 1844, and 1845. Sale to commence at Lisdrumard, at eleven o’clock.—
Terms at Sale. DANIEL M’ALLEN, Auctioneer.
Killynure, 19th August, 1845.

 

 

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