BROWSE
townland
An Cluainín (Cox)
genitive: an Chluainín
(Irish)
Clooneen (Cox)
(English)

Centrepoint

53.7915, -7.89673latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1604
Caell O’ Ferrall seis’ fuit de 1 parv insula & ½ cartron’ ter’ vocat’ “the Cloninge” [Tá ‘Clooneen Island’ le feiscint sa tSionainn amach ó Clooneen Cox (E1).]
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 2 Jac.1
1605
the Cloninge or Cloning (an island)?
CPR Leathanach: 74b
1620
Cloninslughtamagha?
CPR Leathanach: 491b
1620
Clonynbegg?
CPR Leathanach: 491b
1621
Clonynbegg?
CPR Leathanach: 533b
1629
Clonin
Cotton Map
1660c
Clonnibeg
BSD (Lo) Leathanach: 174
1660c
Clonnimore
BSD (Lo) Leathanach: 174
1660c
Clonyne
BSD (Lo) Leathanach: 174
1750
Cloninmore
CGn. Imleabhar: 138.558.95636
1750
Cloninbegg
CGn. Imleabhar: 138.558.95636
1801
Northclonart and Clonin-coare otherwise Cloonin otherwise Clooninbeloug[ ]
CGn. Imleabhar: 536.244.354306
1806
Cloonin with the Islands thereunto belonging...as they were formerly held and enjoyed by Daiby Cox and partners
CGn. Imleabhar: 574.492.391510
1813
Clooneen Cox
Edgeworth
1836
Clooneen Cox
BS:AL
1836
Clooneen Cox
CM:AL
1836
Clooneen Cox
Hyde, Rev. A.:AL
1836
The N. and N. Eastern parts are bog, the rest arable and pasture and brushwood.
Desc. Rem.:AL
1908
Cluainín Coilig
MacGivney Leathanach: 73
2007
kluːˈniːn
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