townland
Cluain Uaille Thuaidh
genitive: Chluain Uaille Thuaidh
non-validated name
(Irish)
Cloonoolia North
(English)

Centrepoint

52.9448, -8.40883 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1819
Glounoula [Bay]
Larkin (Ga)
1830
Clonoula
TAB Leathanach: 27
1839
Cloonoolia North
BS:AL Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
Cloonoolia North
Burke, J.:AL Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
Cloonoolia North
Hulett, Rev. H.B.:AL Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
Cloonoolia North
Counsellor Reid:AL (Cl) Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
Cloonoolia North
BS:AL Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
[Cloonoolia North]
"chiefly composed of rough boggy land, the N. west end is called Halloran's Village" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Ga066,18
1839
Cloonoolia South
BS:AL
1839
Cloonoolia South
Burke, J.:AL
1839
Cloonoolia South
Hulett, Rev. H.B.:AL
1839
Cloonoolia South
Counsellor Reid:AL (Cl)
1839
Clonley
Inq. G III:AL
1839
Cloonoolia &c
OD:AL
1839
Cluáin úail:e, 'lawn of the pride'
OD:AL
1839
Cluáin uáil:e
pl:AL
1839
Cloonoola &c
OC:AL
1839
[Cloonolia South]
"the southermost point is known by Coolcaum. Meelicknabucka Wood is in the N.E. end. It contains several pieces of furze. Rocky ground and boggy" [Desc. Rem.]; "Cúl Cam" [pl]; "Mílic na Baice" [pl];
Desc. Rem.:AL
2000
ˌkluːˈnuːlə
Áit.
2000
ˌkluˈnuːlə
Áit.
2000
ˌkluːnəˈwelə
'We used to call it'
Áit.

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