Baile an Chaisil
genitive: Bhaile an Chaisil
validated name
(Irish)
Ballycastle
(English)

Glossary

English townland, town, homestead
English stone ring-fort

Centrepoint

54.2783, -9.36656latitude, longitude
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Properties

POThere is or was once a post office here

Archival records

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Historical references

1838
Baile caisil
"A field called 'Brendach,' now partly covered with sand."
pl:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Baile chaisil, 'town of the cashel or stone fort'
OD:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
[Ballycastle]
"N. of townland are some sandhills and S. of do. Is a fort called 'Rogmorag'."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycastle
OD (corr.):AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycashell
Strafford:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycastle
Rent Ledger:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycashill
HCSV:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycastle
GJP:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycashill
CM:AL Uimhir: ME054,7
1838
Ballycashill
Bar. Surv. 1769 : AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycastle
Cess Bk:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballycastle
BS:AL Leathanach: ME054,7
1838
Ballicashell
DS:AL Uimhir: ME054,7
1838
Ballycashell
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: ME054,7

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