BROWSE
townland
Béal Átha na Leac
genitive: Bhéal Átha na Leac
(Irish)
Bellanalack
(English)

Glossary

English ford
English opening, approach, mouth
English flat stone or rock, flagstone

Hierarchy

county

barony

civil parish

Centrepoint

54.0371, -8.57034latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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Nóta
1767
Ballinalack
CGn. Leathanach: 378.337.253138
1819
Ballinalack
Larkin (Sl)
1833
Ballynalack
TAB
1836
Ballinalack
GJP 1835:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Bellanalack
OD:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Balli-na-lack
pron.:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Béul an Áth na Leac, 'mouth of the ford of the flags'
"recte Beul Átha na Leac" [dúch]; "There is a river with a bridge mearing the townland" [dúch];
OD:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
[Bellanalack]
"There is a corn mill here...Ballinalack River proceeding from Cloon na Kill na Lake...waters this townland" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Ballinalack
BS:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Ballinalack
Garrett, Rev.:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Ballinalack
Corly, Rev.:AL Leathanach: ME116,3
1836
Ballinalack
Pres. Bk 1835:AL (Sl)
2008
Béal Átha na Leac
Ó Muraíle
2011
[balənə ˈlʹak]
Áit.

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